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Protect inheritance from divorce: Piggy bank in safe

Protecting Your Children's Inheritance from Divorce

Parents rejoice when their children marry, and welcome their new daughters- and sons-in-law into the family, expecting they’ll be a part of the family forever. But as we all know, marriages can end badly. We can’t spare our children the p… Read More
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Categories: Divorce, Estate Planning
Senior Man Giving Credit Card Details On The Phone

Protecting Yourself From Three Scams That Target Seniors

As members of the Baby Boom generation moves into their golden years, marketers will shower them with attention in hopes of garnering a share of their cash. Unfortunately, so will scammers. Older Americans have always been a popular target of scammer… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law
May 2017 calendar page: Elder Law Month

May is Elder Law Month!

There are plenty of things to celebrate in May, but one that you’ve probably never considered is “National Elder Law Month.” While celebrating elder law may not be as immediately satisfying as celebrating, say, “National Hambu… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law
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Why Your Estate Plan Needs a Durable Power of Attorney

If you’ve taken the time to create an estate plan, congratulations! This is an important task that too many people put off. If someone asked you why you created an estate plan, what would you say? Most people would answer that question with … Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning
Man in Wheelchair with Nurse

Understanding the Medicare Skilled Nursing Benefit

Many people need skilled nursing care on a shorter-term basis, typically after an illness or injury has sent them to the hospital, but before they are up to caring for themselves at home. In these cases, Medicare does offer coverage for care in a ski… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law
100 Dollar Bill with Bow: Tax-Free Gift

How to Make Tax-Free Gifts to Your Children

You’ve reached that wonderful time in life when your children are grown, perhaps having their own children, and you have the financial means to make their lives better and easier. There are many ways to make gifts to your children, but you want… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning, Tax Law
Three generations standing by cornfield on family farm

Family Farms Need Asset Protection

Family-owned farms are more than just a business. They are a source of pride and connection as well as income. Unfortunately, in recent years it has been harder and harder for family farms to keep afloat. Many family farmers are so busy with the day-… Read More
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Tax Planning Spelled with Blocks

Life Insurance: One of the Few Remaining Tax-Free Benefits

Life insurance allows you to make available to your heirs a significant amount of money upon your death. When life insurance benefits are paid to your designated beneficiary, they pass free of income tax. However, unless you take the proper estate an… Read More
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Woman Seated on Bed Offering Patient in Hospice Care a Glass of Water

What is Hospice Care and Who Pays for It?

Hospice care is care that is focused on making sure that people in the last stages of incurable diseases are able to spend their remaining days as comfortably and meaningfully as possible. The focus is on enhancing quality of life rather than prolong… Read More
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Categories: Elder Law
Blank List of Priorities for End of Life Planning

End-of-Life Planning is Important

Kenny Rogers famously crooned, “The most that you can hope for is to die in your sleep.” Unfortunately, while death comes for all of us eventually, we can’t guarantee it will come so painlessly or gently. As difficult as it is to co… Read More
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