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Have You Seen This Person?

If you are a Caucasian woman, aged 35 or older, possibly married, very likely working full or part-time—then there is a good chance that you are also (or will soon be) serving as a caregiver for [...]

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Will You Need a Probate Attorney?

The subject of probate is one that nobody wants to learn about too early; in fact, most people would probably avoid it altogether if they could. Unfortunately, the probate process can be very [...]

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The High Emotional—And Financial—Cost of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects everybody it touches—husbands, wives, children and grandchildren—they all bear witness to their loved one’s slow demise. Sadly, emotional stress is not the [...]

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How Do You Know If You Need An Estate Plan?

Most people know that they should execute some kind of estate plan eventually, but don’t think that they actually need one right now. On our blog we spend a lot of time telling people that they [...]

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Advice for Executors: How to Manage Final Medical Expenses

Most people die in a hospital; sometimes after a long and slow decline, sometimes after a quick and unexpected tragedy. If you are an executor of the deceased’s estate this is significant because [...]

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Estate Plan Forgery: How to Tell and What to Do

The question of will forgery or undue influence of a testator is not a common question, but one that does come up periodically in an estate planner’s office. The movies have given people certain [...]

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Providing Care for Divorced or Remarried Parents

Divorce is difficult on a family no matter what the circumstances. Even when a divorce is best for all involved, there is always an amount of stress and emotional trauma involved. In fact, it has [...]

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Elderly Daycare Can Help Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Many of our clients provide care for elderly loved ones; some even providing constant, around the clock care. Care giving is a demanding, overwhelming, and often grossly underappreciated job. In [...]

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Pre-Planning Your Funeral Can Remove the Burden from Your Loved Ones

A funeral comes at a time when the death of a loved one is recent and close, and many people are still in shock and in some cases struggling with the reality of loss. Funerals help grieving loved [...]

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What To Do After A Death In The Family

Anyone who has lost a close friend or family member knows that what a difficult, painful, and overwhelming time it can be. We are often asked to help our clients through probate process when a [...]