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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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Unhappy in Retirement

A recent study revealed that more Americans than ever are unhappy or dissatisfied in retirement. If you are one of them, getting your affairs in order might help your security and satisfaction. When working people think about retirement, they normall… Read More
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A Power of Attorney Is Not Always Enough

Everyone should get a general durable power of attorney. Everyone should also realize that they may need to do more than just that to protect their financial interests in the event of incapacitation. A general durable power of attorney is a necessary… Read More
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Understanding Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease is a frightening thing to think about getting for anyone. Understanding what we know about the disease can help lessen that fear, but one of the most important things to understand about Alzheimer's is what we still do n… Read More
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What to Do after an Alzheimer's Disease Diagnosis

If you or a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, it is important to take immediate steps to ensure that end-of-life care is as comfortable as can be. There is a common myth that people with Alzheimer's are completely incompetent… Read More
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Single Estate Planning

People who have never been married often face more difficult estate planning decisions than people with families. For married people, the basics of who gets what after they pass away is usually fairly obvious. Most married people want the bulk of the… Read More
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