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Who Does an Estate Attorney Represent: Personal Representative or Heirs?

An estate attorney is the attorney who is hired to assist the personal representative in…

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Navigating Healthcare with a Patient Advocate

Navigating the medical services network can be stressful and overwhelming, particularly for older adults facing…

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Debunking the Myth that Estate Planning is only for the Wealthy

In a survey of more than 2,400 individuals, four out of ten people showed that they…

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Social Security Disability: Understanding Eligibility and Benefits

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) provides financial assistance to workers who become disabled as well…

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Navigating Guardianship for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

The National Institute of Mental Health reports that mental illness affects one in five adults…

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Fair Shares: The Equal Division Challenge in Estate Planning

Disagreements among heirs, particularly regarding inheriting your estate, can change and intensify when you die.…

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Ensuring Financial Security for Children with Special Needs

Children with disabilities present a unique challenge for parents who are looking to engage in…

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Medicare Benefits 2024: 5 Positive Changes for Seniors

Over 65 million seniors across the United States benefit from Medicare - a federal health insurance program. WHEN CAN YOU APPLY FOR MEDICARE? At age 65, you become eligible for Medicare if you are a U.S. citizen. You can enroll in Medicare 3 months...
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The Lowering Costs for Caregivers Act

In November 2023, the Lowering Costs for Caregivers Act of 2023 was introduced, which has…

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Why Homeowners Should Have an Irrevocable Trust

The most valuable property for most people is their home. It’s likely that you want your…

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New Year’s Resolution: Get That Estate Plan Done

Many will resolve to get their estate plan done this year but will fail to…

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