Why you need an Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning is an area which at first glance may appear simple.  However, the preparations you make for your estate can have long-lasting and significant legal implications for you and your loved ones.  If your estate plan is not done correctly, your family will be confronted with complicated issues during a difficult time.  Having the… 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 »

The Benefits of a Protection Trust

For some business owners, debt is a necessary evil. When everything is going well, the business owner will regularly pay the debt.  However, changes in business, the economy and life circumstances can come up which may prevent the owner from paying their creditors and place them at risk of losing their property.   For other business… 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 »

Veteran Aid and Attendance Benefits

Today veterans across the country receive different benefits through the Veteran’s Administration (VA).  What they may not know is that senior veterans, those who require home health services, house or bedbound individuals, veterans residing in an assisted living environments, and veterans with blindness may also be entitled to an added financial benefit to pay for… Read More »

Planning for the Silent Thieves: Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease

I search your eyes, So empty and blue, Hoping for a flicker Of what used to be you.1 If you are the wife, husband, son or daughter of someone with, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease, you may be overwhelmed emotionally, physically and financially.  You are consumed with the day-to-day care, behaviors like agitation and… Read More »