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Dealing with the Social Security Administration and Other Federal Agencies on Behalf of Your Loved One

The federal government imposes additional barriers to fiduciaries and some of its agencies, including the Social Security Administration (SSA), the Veterans Administration (VA) and the...

What To Do With Mom’s Timeshare

From time to time our blog will address topics posed by Elder Law Group clients. This month’s post addresses settling an estate that includes a...

The Most Important Document in Your Estate Plan

Life is full of the unexpected. As we get older it may seem that unexpected events become more common, but we can anticipate and plan...

Avoiding Nursing Home Impoverishment: Are You Prepared?

Do you know how much a nursing home costs today? Hold onto your hat. According to a recent report by Genworth Financial, the median cost for...

Estate Planning Basics: What Is a Revocable Living Trust?

A revocable living trust is a popular Estate Planning tool, mainly to avoid probate. The trust instrument is a written document created by the grantor...

Estate Planning Basics: What Your Will Does Not Accomplish

When considering Estate Planning, many people think having a Will is enough to ensure their estate will be distributed as they wish and meet the...

Planning For Your Estate? Check Your Beneficiary Designations

Many people assume if you are married, your entire estate will simply go to your spouse according to your Will once you pass away and your Will is probated.  However, you...

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Do Not Do It Yourself: Five Reasons NOT to Prepare Your Own Will

“I, Bob Everyman, being of sound mind and body do formally set forth my last Will and Testament.” It is the phrase everyone knows as...

Ensuring Your Hospitalized Loved One is an “Inpatient”

When your loved one has to be hospitalized, it can be a confusing time.  You do not want to think about hospital charges or the cost of...

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