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Long Distance Care for an Aging Parent in Another State

It’s actually unusual these days for entire families to live in the same neighborhood, town or even city or state. As more people move away from their hometown, the issue of caring for parents in other areas becomes ever more common. When parents who live in other cities or other states start to show signs [...]

By |2019-05-28T04:43:14-05:00December 29th, 2016|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care, Ohio Elder Law|1 Comment

Protecting Your Senior Loved One from Scams

The sheer idea that someone would take advantage of a senior citizen to steal from or otherwise harm them is unthinkable, and yet it happens far too often. Seniors, in fact, are prime targets for scammers, as they tend to be more trusting than younger people and less knowledgeable in the ways of the information [...]

By |2019-05-28T04:43:49-05:00December 20th, 2016|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care, elder law, Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments

Family Conflict Over an Aging Parent

One of the most difficult and stressful situations any family can go through is when an elderly loved one needs to be cared for. These situations can tear families apart when the perfect storm of cost, organization, responsibility and other issues that come with arranging for your aging relative’s care, all come together. It’s important, [...]

By |2017-02-25T17:07:49-05:00December 8th, 2016|elder law, Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments

Estate Planning: Where to Begin

Most adults are aware of the importance of estate planning, of getting (and keeping) your affairs in order so that when you pass on, your loved ones have an organized roadmap to follow in taking care of your desires. A solid estate plan, however, requires a great deal more than just a last will and [...]

Veterans’ Benefits: Know Your Rights

In the United States we hold our veterans sacred and appreciate everything they put on the line to protect our rights and freedoms. Unfortunately, when they come home they sometimes need help protecting their own rights when the VA and other agencies don’t follow through with the benefits to which they are entitled. Learn about [...]

By |2017-02-25T17:07:50-05:00November 10th, 2016|Cleveland Ohio Veterans Benefits, Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments

Alzheimer’s – Planning for the Future

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the most devastating pieces of news anyone can face. It turns your life upside down and hammers home a lot of things. Among these is the necessity to plan your future. When the time comes that your affairs have to be settled, you definitely want things in [...]

Having the Nursing Home Discussion

It is never easy making the decision to move an elderly loved one into a nursing home. Usually the decision comes after all of the other options seem to have been tried and are no longer viable. […]

Helping Elderly Loved ones With Finances

As we age we lose the ability to do things we were once able to do. While many times these are physical things, mental impairment can also happen. This might place an elderly person in a situation where they are no longer able to handle their own personal finance and need help from an elder [...]

By |2017-02-25T17:07:50-05:00October 20th, 2016|Cleveland Ohio Elder Care, Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments

Tips to Maximize your Social Security Benefits

Many seniors depend on Social Security benefits as their main source of income. Unfortunately they may not be maximizing the benefits that are available to them. There are plenty of ways to increase your social security benefits. Make sure you and your spouse are getting the most out of social security. […]

By |2016-09-29T13:23:09-05:00October 13th, 2016|elder law, Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments

How Close are You to Retirement

You may think that you have time before you retire. Odds are it is much closer than you think. While it is never too early to start thinking about retirement, the closer you get to that time, the more critical your decisions can be and the larger effect they can have on your overall retirement [...]

By |2016-09-29T13:21:05-05:00October 6th, 2016|elder law, Ohio Elder Law|0 Comments