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How to Prevent Environmental Illness for Seniors

Developing an illness from one’s environment can happen to just about anyone. This form of illness is often called Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, or MCS. No matter what your age, you can come down with this sort of sickness, which can change your entire life. Unfortunately, seniors can be particularly susceptible to this sort of thing. [...]

By | March 23rd, 2017|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care|0 Comments

Why Elderly Abandonment Is an Issue and How to Avoid It

Elder abandonment is a serious problem in our society and many thousands of people every year suffer from the consequences of this issue. Whether it’s neglect, irresponsibility or malicious action, it’s an issue that has to be addressed, as it can threaten any family who has the responsibility of caring for a senior. Understand why [...]

By | March 21st, 2017|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care|0 Comments

Death with Dignity Act: What You Need to Know

Death with Dignity laws are an important aspect of senior end-of-life planning. These laws allow adults who are terminally ill and mentally competent to request prescription medication which can hasten their death, instead of prolonging their life. Currently, Ohio does not have such a law on the books; however, a bill is expected to be [...]

By | March 16th, 2017|elder law, Ohio Elder Law, Ohio Law|0 Comments

4 Low-Impact Exercises to Keep Seniors Healthy

It doesn’t matter how old you are, exercise is vital to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. As you get older, it’s even more vital to your longevity. However, seniors can’t always do the kinds of high-impact aerobics and weight training in which younger people engage, and they need to pursue a different routine of health and [...]

By | March 14th, 2017|Retirement Planning|0 Comments

Do You Want to Blend Into Your Blended Family

It’s called a “Blended Family.”  You’re in one and may or may not even be familiar with the term!  It’s when a man or woman gets married and the respective spouses bring children into the union.  Go back 20, 30 or 40 years and this arrangement wasn’t quite as common.  Today statistics show over 50% [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|Blended Families|0 Comments

The Four Steps to Successfully Putting Your Blended Family Asset and Estate Planning Process Together

One day you’re single with children (either grown or growing up way too fast right before your eyes), and the next thing you know you’ve gotten married and your spouse has children as well. Congratulations!  You’re now part of what’s commonly referred to these days as a “Blended Family.”  Actually being in a Blended Family [...]

By | March 7th, 2017|Blended Families|0 Comments

10 Steps to Take After Your Senior Loved One Suffers a Bad Fall

Slip and fall accidents are a leading cause of serious injury and disability among senior citizens. A fall that for a younger person might take a week to heal, can in some cases take a year or more, and even result in permanent disability for an older person. It’s important to know what to do [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care|0 Comments

The Difference Between a Trust and a Will: Which is Right for You?

You’ve worked hard all your life trying to get ahead and leave something behind for your loved ones. You want to have some degree of control over who gets what. Everyone has an estate, even people who have relatively modest possessions, and that means you’ll need to decide on a strategy for taking care of [...]

By | February 23rd, 2017|a will, Cleveland Ohio Estate Planning, estate law|0 Comments

Planning Ahead: What to Prepare When You’re Still Healthy

Planning for the future isn’t something many people think about. This is especially true when you’re planning for your twilight years. No one wants to face mortality, but being prepared for it can make those elder years far more pleasant and stress-free, and it doesn’t take much to accomplish. Explore those aspects of your future [...]

By | February 21st, 2017|Blended Families, Retirement Planning|0 Comments