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The Smart Way to Leave an Inheritance to Unprepared Children

Most parents (even parents of adult children) want to provide for their children—but not necessarily right away, and maybe not all at once. According to a recent article in Barron’s, “A growing [...]

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A Mother’s Thoughts on the Struggle Between Adult Children and Their Aging Parents

Salon.com recently published a touching and illuminating article about Baby Boomers and their aging parents—about the transition from being the cared for child to the caregiving adult, and how [...]

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This Holiday Season an Estate Plan is the Perfect Gift

The holiday season is upon us, and as others rush about the malls and the internet looking for gifts, we can recommend a unique, useful and memorable gift that will be perfect for any loved one: [...]

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What To Do When You Discover That Mom or Dad Is Not Okay

In this day and age many families are spread across the country, with these winter holidays being their only chance to see each other during the year. This means that many adults are planning a [...]

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Not All Families Are Warm and Happy—How to Disinherit a Family Member

Much is made every November and December about spending time in the warm presence of your family, appreciating and caring for each other. If you belong to a close family we have plenty of posts [...]

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How to Give Help to Family without Neglecting Your Own Financial Needs

As the cost of a college education skyrockets, and the unemployment rate for new college graduates holds steady at a depressing 17 percent, more and more grandparents are feeling the pressure to [...]

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NOW is the Time to Think About Long-Term Care

As Baby Boomers begin to retire and to think about life after retirement, many find that one of their primary concerns is that of long-term care. Some news sources seem to think that paying for [...]

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What Kind of Support Will You Have During Your Retirement?

Planning your retirement can seem fairly easy at first. As long as you’re careful to live within your means retirement can be a time of freedom, and the ability to explore interests you didn’t [...]

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5 Things To Discuss With Your Doctor On Your Next Visit

Ensuring you get the medical care you want in an emergency is a team effort which includes your attorney, your doctor, your healthcare agent, and your family and loved ones. But none of these [...]

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Estate Planning with a Chronic or Terminal Disease

We mention often on our blog that each family will have unique circumstances and unique estate planning needs—this is especially true of families in which one member has a chronic or terminal [...]

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