The Pitfalls of Using Beneficiary Designations as Your Estate Plan

What Are Beneficiary Designations or Transfer on Death Designations? Many people use beneficiary designations as an alternative to doing proper estate planning.  Why not?  It’s quick and easy!  It avoids probate! It allows you to rest easy that you have provided...

Helping Families Deal With the Financial and Emotional Costs of Dementia

As many of you know, May is National Elder Law Month.  The National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) has declared this month the time for Elder Law attorneys across the nation to take time out of their busy practices to help educate the public about Elder...

Proper Long Term Care Planning Helps Ensure Best Care

There is no question that long term care for the elderly is expensive. Similarly, there is no question that as the population ages, the cost of long term care will continue to increase if for no reason other than the basic economic propositon that increased...

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