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Estate and Medical Planning for People with Alzheimer’s

By |June 27th, 2018|Categories: elder law|

When a loved one gets diagnosed with Alzheimer’s it’s a devastating time. You don’t know how long you have, or if the illness can be effectively managed. More than that, there’s limited time to make vital decisions about their health and future needs. As difficult as it is to face [...]

Making the Decision to Place Your Parent in Long-Term Care

By |June 20th, 2018|Categories: elder law|

It’s never an easy decision when you choose to place your parent in a long-term care facility. Of course, nobody wants to take this step. It means admitting that your parent or other senior loved one needs more care than you can give them. It means, in many situations, facing [...]

Risks and Advantages of Splitting Revocable Trusts

By |June 6th, 2018|Categories: estate law|

Many married couples set up a revocable trust to protect their assets upon their death, and ensure they go where the couple desires. Joint trusts have a single trust document that combines all the couple’s assets into one, and manages the estate as a single entity. It’s the easiest kind [...]

Tips For Planning Your Healthcare Future

By |May 16th, 2018|Categories: estate law|

Retirement. The time when you put work behind you and enjoy life to the fullest. The last thing you want to worry about is what if you need surgery and have an enormous medical bill to pay. Discover what steps you can take now to avoid healthcare problems later with [...]

Don’t Let Medical Billing Errors Cost You

By |May 9th, 2018|Categories: Nursing Home|

Healthcare costs get higher every year. With so many itemizations in the Explanation of Benefits (EOB), it almost seems as though you have to be a medical detective to figure it all out. However, there are ways that seniors and caregivers can make sure that all out-of-pocket expenses are legitimate. [...]