Tag Archives: Durable Power of Attorney

Planning During the Last Year of Your Life

Thanks to modern technology and medical advances, the chances of detection of a chronic illness are much greater than they were say in the 1970s; the likelihood of living a bit longer and enjoying that extra time also outweighs that … Continue reading

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Upcoming Elder Law Clinics

    Estate planning, tax minimization and asset protection concerns are very different for single people versus married couples.  Learn what steps singles need to take to protect yourself and preserve your assets.  Attend one of my elder law seminars … Continue reading

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My Resolutions and Yours

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            As I write this, it is still December.  When you read it, it will likely already be January.  December is a time for reflection; January is a time for new resolutions.  Let me tell you my resolutions and suggest … Continue reading

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Taking Stock During the Holidays

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For many of my clients, Thanksgiving is the best holiday of the year.  The kids fly or drive in for dinner or a more extended stay.  A child living in the area has often assumed the meal management duties.  The … Continue reading

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Should You Share Your Estate Planning Decisions With Your Children?

You have just finished signing your new estate planning documents. Should you inform your children about your decisions, or better yet, give them copies of your documents? There is no right or wrong answer to this question, and lots of … Continue reading

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Even Eighteen-Year-Olds Need Some Estate Planning

Often, people do not realize that once their children are legal adults (at the age of eighteen), they no longer have the legal right to make most decisions for their children. After children turn eighteen, they have the legal right … Continue reading

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Marriage and Estate Planning

With marriage on my mind (I was just happily married this month), I thought it would be rather fitting to write about marriage and estate planning. Estate planning isn’t just for the baby boomers and people with significant assets. It’s … Continue reading

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