Able Wartime Vets Who Qualify for a VA Pension
Smart Personal Assistants Gaining Popularity
Will Medicaid Cost Me My House?
Has COVID-19 Made You Re-think Your Health Care Directive?
When Both You and Your Loved One Need Caregiving
How to Have a Conversation about Finances and Estate Planning with Your Aging Parents
Including Family Values as Part of an Inheritance
Family Caregiving and Alzheimer’s Disease
Blended Families and Estate Planning
Do You Know What an Elder Law Attorney Does?
A Will Does Much More than You Think
Unique Planning Opportunity for Disabled or Chronically Ill Beneficiaries
There is great news for clients with certain family members or other beneficiaries – this year brought a significant change in the law that benefits beneficiaries who are disabled or chronically ill. The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act became law.
Has Your Stimulus Check Been Taken by the Nursing Home?
As we all know Congress has authorized stimulus payments to be made to those eligible persons. The CARES Act provides $1200 for individuals, $2400 for joint taxpayers and taxpayers with children with $500 for each child...
Court Decisions Holding Personal Representatives of Estate and Trustee Personally Responsible For Taxes
Recently the United States Tax Count issued several decisions regarding the tax liability of transferees. The transferees were individuals who received distributions from transferors, which were corporations which sold their assets and then made distributions ...
Special Needs Trusts: Important Update
A properly drafted and funded special needs trust can enhanced your loved one’s life for a lifetime – just what you want for your child
Devilish Details Make All the Difference
Too many clients undermine their own wishes because they overlooked these details.
The First Interview with Your Estate Planning Attorney is Critical
Sometimes that initial interview can become very emotional, and you should be prepared for that. The result will be a plan that reflects your real desires and meets the needs of your loved ones.
Pending Legislation Will Help Seniors
DIY Estate Planning?! More Risks Than You'd Think...
Sadly, the consequences of DIY estate planning may not be discovered until you die when you won’t be around to sort out the problems and your loved ones may be left with a mess to untangle.