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Young Adults Need Estate Planning Too

January 4, 2022
Highfalutin terms like “estate planning” can put off younger adults and conjure grandiose notions of excessive wealth.
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Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid

December 31, 2021
According to a survey, only 4 in 10 American adults have a will or a living trust. And what may be even more surprising is that younger adults are outpacing their middle-aged and older counterparts when it comes to estate planning.
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What Do Elder Law Attorneys Do?

December 30, 2021
Elder law attorneys can help with a long list of legal matters that seniors often face…
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Prince Philip’s Will: Are Royals Different than Regular People?

December 30, 2021
Should the Royal family be an exception to the normal laws governing probate?
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What Items Should Not Be Stored in a Safe Deposit Box?

December 29, 2021
Locking up certain important documents and valuables in a bank vault could turn into a headache for you or your heirs.
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What Should I Know about the Omicron Variant?

December 29, 2021
Here’s what we know so far about omicron — plus tips for keeping yourself safe as it spreads.
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How Does a Last Will and Testament Work After Death?

December 21, 2021
Every estate plan should include three essential documents: a durable general power of attorney, a healthcare power of attorney and a last will and testament. Of the three essential estate planning documents, the will is the only document that is used after death.
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How Does Power of Attorney Work?

December 20, 2021
For many families with elderly people or engaged in estate planning, power of attorney is essential, especially if the elderly person’s mental abilities are compromised. Having someone who can take care of legal and financial matters can make this part of life far easier. However, power of attorney is a sweeping grant of authority.
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Approaching Parents about Estate Planning

December 17, 2021
If you have a parent over the age of, say, 65, thoughts about their future may have started to creep into your mind. However, because end-of-life planning can be emotional and overwhelming, it’s tempting to put these conversations off—and even more pleasing to avoid them altogether.
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Does My Walk Show If I Have Dementia?

December 16, 2021
Assessing the way someone walks could help spot dementia, experts have claimed.
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