Michigan Grandparent Visitation Rights

  When a family goes through divorce separation or death, everyone is impacted.  For grandparents, who once had regular contact with their grandchildren, these changes can mean no longer being able to spend time with them as before. However, there may be a legal remedy available to grandparents which can help visit their grandchildren.  … Read More »

Becoming Parents to your Grandchildren

Grandparents are often there for their grandchildren’s special events, holidays, and may even serve as regular caregivers supporting their family.  Sometimes an unexpected event such as parent’s death, incarceration, or addiction can rob children of their parents leaving grandparents to assume the parenting role.  Few grandparents expect to be raising their grandchildren.  Consequently, this change… Read More »

Medicare Private Fee-for-Service Plans

Getting older can involve developing more complicated health conditions resulting in frequent trips to see different medical professionals.   While some care may be routine, often it will also include seeing specialists and undergoing different tests. For Medicare recipients, this can mean not having many options regarding providers and being required to cover co-pays and other… Read More »

A Poem for my Father. . .

So, I posted a blog the other day about dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and about legal planning for these horrible diseases.  In the blog, I posted a section of a poem that I wrote for my father.  Since I published that blog, I have received a handful of requests to see the entire poem. … Read More »