“A Crash Course in Estate Planning”

Thebalance.com offers some important guidelines for creating your Estate Plan in their article entitled “A Crash Course in Estate Planning,” which is linked below. An Estate Plan can consist of numerous combinations of documents, commonly including a Last Will & Testament, a Living Will, a Power of Attorney, a Health Care Proxy and can have a […]

“How to Handle Social Security Benefits When a Senior Dies”

“How to Handle Social Security Benefits When a Senior Dies,” by agingcare.com, linked below, expertly explains important tidbits of information regarding just one of the countless things that must be addressed when a loved one passes away. When an elderly family member passes away, it is inevitable there will be an emotional response, but it is […]

“Estate Planning? Consider a Trust Instead of a Will”

“Once you have real adult responsibilities (spouse, children, property, investments, life insurance) and wishes for a future that you may not be a part of, you should start a trust. A trust can stipulate exactly how much and when money and assets can be distributed,” says John Mihaly, author of the article “Estate Planning? Consider […]

“Elder Abuse/Violence Prevention”

As an Elder Law and Estate Planning firm, we make it a priority to keep ourselves apprised of the latest news on Elder Abuse in our country. In order to best protect the elderly, we find it best to make sure our clients and their families are aware of the most current statistics and reports. […]