Much as you want to and hard as you try, you just can’t take care of your ill spouse at home anymore. At this emotionally difficult time, the last thing you need is the stress of not knowing where to find the money to pay for the steep costs of institutional care.
Due to an increase in the aging population, more Americans are finding themselves or their loved ones in need of nursing home care. Often, nursing home care is absolutely necessary, but this doesn’t make it any less expensive, and many find themselves depleting their life savings paying for the care they need.
The Alzheimer's Association has published its 2020 report entitled Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures.
A California law was enacted in late September 2020 in response to the concerns that state health agencies were too slow to respond to coronavirus outbreaks in skilled nursing facilities because of a lack of timely information elevated to these agencies
Having an estate plan is necessary if you or your senior loved one wishes to have a say in what happens in the end of life and with assets after death.
As Americans anticipates the Biden Harris Administration, noting the President-elect's tax plan is crucial for higher-income households to understand and likely make adjustments to their financial and legacy planning.
You may be wondering what the difference between Elder Law and Estate Planning is. The short answer: Both share similar concerns. The longer answer? The differences make all the difference.
The documents we create for you might be “just pieces of paper,” but they are worth a great deal more than that.
The pooled trust receives funding from many different, unrelated beneficiaries; the funds are earmarked into subaccounts for use by individual beneficiaries, however, all contributions are “pooled” together to be invested and managed as part of a much larger trust account.
Writing a letter of intent (LOI) for your special needs child can help bring them family continuity and comfort after you are gone.