Tag Archives: elder law

Proactive Long-Term Medicaid Planning

As we head into the holidays this year, this season will likely look significantly different from years past.

Out of concern for older and high-risk family members, most families will probably celebrate apart, or at least with masks and proper social distancing. For family members in nursing homes and other health care facilities, the isolation can...
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Do You Have a Plan for Your Long-Term Care?

When most people think about estate planning, their primary concern is usually “what happens when I die?”

Although this is an important discussion, it’s just as important to consider the impact of long-term care on the financial and emotional well-being of an individual or family.   Consider that 5 out of 1,000 people will experience a house fire...
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Who’s On Your Team?

Estate planning is not just about what happens to your stuff when you die.

It is about coordinating all aspects of your life so you can be taken care of during times when you are unable to care for yourself, and ensuring your money and property are distributed to the individuals you have selected upon your...
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Money Isn’t Everything in Estate Planning

How to Pass Your Stories and Values to the Future Generations

Money may be the most talked about wealth contained within a person’s estate, but the riches of their experience and wisdom can mean even more to family members down the line. Reinforcement of family traditions can be...
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