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Why You Need to Plan for Long-Term Care

In 1965, Medicaid was created to provide health insurance to low-income and asset-poor individuals. The state and the federal governments cooperate in delivering benefits. The state you live in makes a big difference in determining when or if you are eligible.…

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Is Your Family Prepared for Estate Planning?

The practice of estate planning is evolving due to changing family structures. As recently as thirty years ago, a traditional family comprised a husband and wife who married young, purchased a home, had children, and worked toward financial stability and security.…

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Will Your Special Needs Family Members be Okay Without You?

Parents of children with mental/physical disabilities and elderly people can benefit from the use of third-party special needs trusts or supplemental needs trusts as estate planning tools. This type of trust will receive assets from you or another benefactor expressly for…

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Is Your Power of Attorney Effective?

Powers of attorney are designed to authorize trusted individuals to make decisions or handle transactions on your behalf. They could be related to personal finances, business operations, or medical needs and used for a single immediate purpose or an ongoing situation.…

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Do You Know How to Protect your Child’s Inheritance?

To keep assets from disappearing or being claimed by a creditor, your estate plan should include measures that protect the future inheritance of your children and grandchildren.  A simple way to achieve inheritance protection is through a trust. A trust…

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What Happens to an Estate In the Absence of a Will?

According to caring.com and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, overall percentages of older Americans without a will have remained the same. Remarkably, younger adults with a will show an increase of sixty-three percent comparative to pre-pandemic times. This 18 – 34…

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