Category Archives for Durable Power of Attorney

To marry legally or not?

Financial, Legal Planning for Unmarried Couples: Should You Legally Marry or Not?

While the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the U.S. making it possible for people of all sexual orientations to marry, many modern couples (of all genders and sexual

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Navigating the Sandwich Generation with Ease

July is Sandwich Generation month. If you’ve never heard of it: the average age of parents raising children in the US continues to rise, leaving many middle-aged Americans in a category commonly

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National Healthcare Decisions Day Begins April 16th: Three Health Care Documents You Need to Include in Your Estate Plan

Decisions about your healthcare are some of the most important you will ever make. Don’t put off making plans until you are unable to assert your wishes. Because planning for the unexpected now, while

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Is your family “too young” for an estate plan?

Young families face different estate planning needs and challenges than those who have had a long life behind them. While established families may be concerned about what will happen to their family when

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Take Advantage of National Estate Planning Awareness Week

Did you know this week is National Estate Planning Awareness Week? No, really, it is! And it isn’t one of those made-up holidays like National Lemon Meringue Pie Day or International Talk Like a

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You Don’t Have to Spend Everything:
3 Costly Medicaid Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

By Guest Blogger, Tracey A. L. Ingle, Esq. of Ingle Law, P.C. It’s a sad story I hear all the time, “We finally spent all Mom’s money. I guess it’s time to apply for Medicaid now.” Ugh. It hurts.

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Medicare Facts For You, Your Parents

People who are nearing the age of 65 should be making plans for the transition from private health care to Medicare. It is not a simple process or one that happens automatically. You have to initiate the

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Hannah's Graduation

Essential Legal Planning for New Grads

Parents: Is your “baby” an adult now?  As high school graduation approaches, you and your child may be planning for college as their next phase of life; meeting next year’s roommate, selecting

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