I have been diagnosed with dementia and want to get my affairs in order. I have a new will, but I did a power of attorney and living will in 1998 should they be updated? Yes, you need to have your older documents looked at by an elder law attorney as the law and your planning...Read more
My wife is going into a nursing home as private pay and she has a three-years-long-term-care policy. Eventually she may have to go on Medicaid. I heard that Medicaid can...
My lawyer suggested I write a last letter to loved ones to go with my will. What kinds of things might I include? We often follow the lives of the...
But recently felt blessed when I heard a friend say she was not allowed visitation with her granddaughter. How can this be? Family situations are complex. One only has to...
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