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Redstone’s Granddaughter Files Suit

Sumner Redstone’s granddaughter has joined the ongoing legal battle over his competency and business interests. She has filed a lawsuit to have herself reinstated to the family trust. The ongoing Massachusetts probate court battle over the competen… Read More
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Estate Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease

Good estate planning does not just concern itself with what happens to your assets after you pass away. It also takes into account the things that you might need at the end of your life, including the possibility of getting Alzheimer’s disease. Obv… Read More
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New Medicare Law Could Save Patients Money

Because of a quirk in Medicare’s reimbursement policy some patients have been hit with thousands of dollars in unexpected out-of-pocket expenses. A new law does not fix the quirk, but it at least mandates that patients must be notified before the c… Read More
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A New Type of Doula

Traditionally a doula is someone who offers care and support to a woman in labor to make the birth process easier. However, a new type of doula helps those at the other end of the life cycle. Passing away is not as easy as it might seem. Patients in… Read More
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Nursing Home Intimacy

Thanks to medical advances and changing attitudes about sex, it is no longer taboo for nursing homes to allow intimate relations between residents. One Brooklyn nursing home even has a dating service for its residents. The introduction of Viagra and… Read More
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Planning for a Child with Special Needs

Under the best of circumstances Americans often still have difficulty planning for their retirements. It is especially difficult for parents of children with special needs. When parents of children with special needs start planning for their own reti… Read More
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Estate Planning after Retirement

Every stage of life presents its own estate planning issues and areas of concern. Retirement is no different. Most estate planning attorneys advise people to review their estate plans every couple of years to make sure the plans are still effective a… Read More
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Estate Planning in a Few Steps

Creating an estate plan can seem like a daunting task for many people, but if you break the process down into the basic steps, it does not seem as challenging. Sometimes people do not get estate plans because they think it is too difficult, that ther… Read More
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Who Profits From the Sumner Redstone Situation?

The continuing battles over Sumner Redstone's competency in court and the media is not profiting shareholders in the companies that he owns, but someone is profiting from the situation. The current fight over Sumner Redstone's competency an… Read More
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Your Retirement and Your Children

You might think that you are only hurting yourself by not saving for retirement, but you are also hurting your children in two important ways. It is common knowledge that a large percentage of Americans do not have any retirement savings. Some people… Read More
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