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Does Your Spouse Need Long-Term Care Coverage?

By |April 11th, 2018|Categories: elder law|

Long-term care coverage can be a vital form of insurance to carry as you get older, but many times a married couple can’t afford to carry this coverage for both spouses. What are they to do in this case? You can never tell who is going to fall ill and [...]

Estate and Retirement Planning for Late-in-Life Parents

By |April 4th, 2018|Categories: estate law|

We’re living longer every day, and our changing culture and advancing science means that people are having children later than ever. This means that it’s more common each year to have older parents. These parents need to keep special considerations in mind when it comes to retirement and estate planning. [...]

Nursing Home vs. Assisted Living

By |March 28th, 2018|Categories: Ohio Elder Law|

It’s never an easy decision, placing your senior parent into a long-term care facility. Nobody wants to give up their home that they’ve put their whole life into, and face the fact that they need ongoing help with their daily living. Sometimes, however, it becomes necessary, and when this does [...]

Caring for Yourself While Caring for Your Aging Parent

By |March 21st, 2018|Categories: elder law|

Your parents took care of all of your needs when you were a child, and they guided you into the adult you are now. Isn’t it only fair that you take care of them as well when they begin to slip in their old age? After all, it’s not their [...]

4 Signs You Need to Discuss Long Term Care with Your Parents

By |March 14th, 2018|Categories: estate law|

Your parents have always been there for you, to help you in your darkest times. They’ve always been the most self-sufficient people you can imagine. Lately, however, they seem to be slipping. They’ve missed some bills, forgotten medication, and their mood seems to change at a moment’s notice. You’re concerned, [...]

How an Estate Planning Lawyer Can Keep Your Money in the Family

By |February 28th, 2018|Categories: estate law|

When you pass away, you want your assets to go to your heirs, not to government entities or creditors looking to put their hands into the pockets of your estate. Unfortunately, when people die, everyone in the world shows up with their palms up, looking for their cut. It’s important [...]

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