Estate Planning Articles
Don’t lose all that you have accumulated through a life of hard work and saving due to a lawsuit.
Have you ever wondered what might happen to your estate if you died and your spouse remarried?
Elder Law Articles
Did you know that health insurance, disability income insurance, and Medicare do not cover long term care claims?
If you or a loved one are private-paying for nursing home care, make sure you have all of the facts before the family’s life savings is spent.
Elder Care Professionals
Unfortunately, public benefits often fail to meet all of the needs of a disabled individual. However, the supplemental needs of those individuals (meaning needs not covered by public benefits) can be met by using funds held in a Special Needs Trust (SNT).
This issue of The ElderCounselor™ will discuss a debilitating condition that many Americans eventually face as they age: dementia.
In honor of “Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month,” proclaimed by President Ronald Reagan in March 1987, this month’s issue of The ElderCounselor™ examines the unique planning requirements of families who have loved ones with special needs.
This edition of the ElderCounselor™ will review some of the top stories that made headlines in 2013 and why they may continue to do so in 2014.
Wealth Management Professionals
Childfree individuals and couples often face choices, decisions, and questions, which you are uniquely qualified to address. Like many allied financial professionals, you may focus on helping clients pass the maximum amount of wealth to their beloved children.
In this issue of The Wealth Counselor, we will examine why the aging, healthcare and long-term care conversation is important to all: clients, attorneys, financial advisors and the other members of the advisory team.