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Blog Posts in September, 2011

  • ESTATE PLANNING DISCUSSIONS TO HAVE WITH YOUR PARENTS

    As your parents continue to age, their estate plan needs to be updated. If you’re unsure whether your parents have done their estate planning, including long term care planning, it’s okay to chat with them. While this can be difficult to do, these are important conversations to have. Take a look at the following information, for advice on what topics to discuss. If you have any questions, or if ...
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  • ESTATE PLANNING AVOIDS UNWANTED FAMILY PROBLEMS

    Many people don’t fully realize how beneficial estate planning can be in regard to family dynamics. Without an estate plan in place, your loved ones may argue and disagree with how your affairs are handled. Many people argue about property distribution, funeral wishes, and other important matters after a loved one dies. This is because they usually feel as if their needs weren’t met or thought of, ...
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  • CONSIDERING LONG TERM CARE: IS IT NO LONGER SAFE AT HOME?

    As your loved one continues to age, he or she may show signs of the need for long term care in a more supportive environment. It can be difficult to decide if long term care is really needed. If your loved one is having trouble getting around the home, or if you feel that the home is unsafe, it may be time to consider other options. To learn more take a look at the following information. If you ...
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  • FUN THINGS TO DO WITH YOUR ESTATE PLAN

    Creating an estate plan doesn’t only have to include making difficult decisions. When creating your plan, you’re able to make choices for the future. This includes having the opportunity to have fun with some of your planning decisions. Take a look at the information below, to see how you can have some fun with your estate plan. If you have any additional questions, or if you’d like to begin ...
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  • DOES MY WILL HELP ME DURING INCAPACITY?

    A will is an important planning document that every adult needs. However, it doesn’t prepare you for all of your needs. Many people assume that a will can be used during incapacity, “I named my son as my executor.” Unfortunately, this is won’t work. Take a look at the following information, to learn more. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to create a will or other planning device, ...
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