The older you get, the harder it is to qualify for long-term care insurance. If you are interested in buying this insurance, it is better to act sooner rather than later. Many people put off purchasing long-term care insurance until they need it, but by then, it may be too late. Not Continue reading
A Will Isn’t The Only Way
While a Will is one of the most important Estate Planning documents you can have, there are things that it won’t cover. A Will is just one part of a comprehensive Estate Plan. A Will is a legally-binding statement directing who will receive your property at your death. It is also Continue reading
“The Talk” Elder Edition
Talking about Estate Planning is a difficult, emotional topic but it’s essential for every family. Unless you’re certain your parents have an up-to-date will and a wider plan for what should happen in the event of their passing, you shouldn’t assume everything will be taken care of. Continue reading
Planning For Your Special Needs Loved Ones
This year has flown by! We are in the month of October, which happens to be Special Needs Law Month, and National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Throughout the month, our goal is to share tips and tools that will be beneficial to those with special needs, their loved ones, Continue reading
Protecting The Children
While Estate planning and Asset Protection is essential for everyone, this month, I have stressed why it’s an absolute must for the LGBTQ+ community. In Planning With Pride Part 1, I encouraged you to be proactive about planning, so that you can protect your assets from random family Continue reading
Elder Law: Should We Consider A Caregiver Agreement?
It’s still Elder Law month, so we are going to talk about another Elder Law related topic. Last week we talked about elder abuse. Unfortunately, the abusers are oftentimes family members, children, and also people that the vulnerable person generally trusts.
Earlier this week, I asked Continue reading
Elder Law Month: Elder Abuse and Neglect
The month of May is Elder Law month. Throughout this month, we will be discussing various topics that are Elder Law related, meaning issues that typically affect not only the elderly, but also others who are vulnerable and disabled. This week, we are going to focus on Elder abuse. Continue reading
My Estate Plan Is Only A Few Years Old…
Last week, I told you that you should consider having your estate plan modified if you’ve had a life changing event, because failing to do so could completely derail your plans.
Perhaps last week’s message made you fee relieved.
After reading last week’s blog , specifically if you Continue reading
Your close-knit family relationships…not enough
Last week I told you that DIY estate plans are not such a great idea. Since they don’t take your family dynamics into consideration, they may or may not address all of your needs. This week, we’re going to talk about family dynamics… and how sometimes, it is the very cause of you Continue reading
Age Ain’t nothing But A Number!
March Madness is still in full-swing!!! But, as much as I love watching the talented Zion Williamson take over the court, I’m still not a Duke Basketball fan…Go Carolina!! Last week, I shared with you that even in the best circumstances, with your most trusted people, items, or brands, Continue reading