Planning

The Role of Hospitals in Helping You Find Long-Term Care

Hospitals often play a role in helping patients find Long-Term Care service providers. Case managers or discharge planners will provide a list of Long-Term Care...

Is It Too Late to Start Medicaid Planning After I Am Living in a Nursing Home?

It is never too late or too early to begin Medicaid Planning. If you are already living in a nursing home, assets may still be...

More Planning for Life …

Over the last ten days or so, we posted a series of articles – all nationally released – about growing older. The Dutch Village Where...

Planning for Living…

Everyone knows they should plan for post-retirement – protect assets, set up health care directives, power of attorney, perhaps trusts, and a host of other...

Redstone & You

Sumner Redstone is a billionaire. At one time he was a pretty high profile billionaire, especially in the tabloids. That he’s in the news again...

About Piper

This is Piper. Piper is our office dog. His stats are pretty impressive – he’ll be two in late July but he’s already had two...

It’s Elder Law Month … So Let’s Talk to One Another

You may have seen the article on the Eva Rova Barnes estate – an estate case that was very recently settled by our Supreme Court....

F. Scott Fitzgerald and Elder Planning Beyond the Numbers

It’s hard to believe but prior to the very early 1990’s assisted care facilities were sterile places, often modeled on and run like hospitals, and...

Livia’s House and Elder Care Planning

It’s easy in movies and on TV – a character needs assisted living, other characters are predictably upset, some drama follows, ten minutes later the...

ST. PATRICK’S DAY & PLANNING

St. Patrick’s Day reminds me of a story a friend tells. He was in Ireland playing rugby, a team in Dublin gave him and his...