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New Law Establishes More Flexibility in Creating a Special Needs Trust

  • Estate Planning for Disability
    Estate Planning for Disability
    Ask yourself – what will happen to me if I become disabled?  What does that look like?  Who makes that decision?  Who will care for me?  These are all questions that everyone has to consider.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, 11.2% of Americans aged 45 and older are
  • What is Estate Planning
    What is Estate Planning
    Estate planning is, at its simplest form making decisions in advance on whom to leave your property and assets to at your death.  The simple definition is not what estate planning really is, nor what we want it to be though.  Estate planning is much more.  In fact, estate planning
  • What is a Medical Power of Attorney and Do I Need One?
    What is a Medical Power of Attorney and Do I Need One?
    A medical power of attorney is perhaps the most important tool in your personal estate planning arsenal.  A medical power of attorney is a document that you create to name someone to make medical and health care decisions for you when you cannot.  Without it, no one has the legal
  • Americans Increasingly Avoiding Medical Care
    Americans Increasingly Avoiding Medical Care
    Despite the fact there are increased numbers of insured Americans, fewer are going to the doctor’s office. Why is this happening? The answer is lack of affordability. Even with the benefits of health insurance, many are struggling to afford medical costs. Kaiser Health Foundation polls since 2015 show continued rising
  • When Should You Take Social Security Benefits?
    When Should You Take Social Security Benefits?
    The Social Security Administration has changed the formularies for benefit payouts. Seniors and near seniors need to understand what these changes are in order to optimize their benefit. If you are sixty years of age or more, you are in the forefront of a big change in social security. The