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January 2016 Archives

Who Should You Discuss Your Estate Plan With?

When you create an estate plan, the first question that will be on your mind is whom you should discuss your wishes with. Unfortunately, the answer isn't as simple as you might think.

Elder Law: The Importance of a Durable Power of Attorney

A Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA) is a legal document in which you assign a family member or close friend to manage specified items. You can arrange to make someone your DPOA in the event that an unexpected circumstance arises in which you are not able to appoint someone - such as a concussion, coma, or Alzheimer's.

Filing for Veteran's Aid: Documentation and Verification

When you apply for Veteran's Aid, like any other assistance program, especially those run by a government entity, they are not just going to take you at your word. It is a red-tape process, and they will require documentation to verify a number of important pieces of information used to determine your eligibility. To speed up the process, avoiding any unnecessary delays, you should gather the following documents and be ready to present them to the VA before you apply for benefits.

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