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Medicaid Planning: Start Early

Most Americans who reach old age will require end of life care in a skilled-care facility. The cost of this care is staggering, and it will only continue to grow. Therefore, a recent article [...]

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Expect the Best, Plan for the Worst

Estate planning is one of the only ways through which a person can plan for the unexpected events that the future holds. As a recent article explains, when estate planning, it is important to [...]

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Using an Irrevocable Funeral Trust as a Medicaid Spend-Down Tool

There are many different types of trusts that serve a myriad of purposes. One popular type of trust is the Irrevocable Funeral Trust (“IFT”). This trust is popular among people who are worried [...]

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What if You Don’t Have the Talk?

Estate planning attorneys are constantly encouraging clients to discuss the status of their parents’ estate plans with them. This is important because it aids in the eventual orderly [...]

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Considerations to Help You Tailor Your Estate Plans to Your Life

Estate plans are not one size fits all. Rather, every person’s estate plan should be individually crafted to best meet his or her needs and wishes. A recent article discusses three factors that a [...]