Q. How do I know if I need a revocable or irrevocable trust? A. You should consult with a legal professional that handles both kinds of trusts. Provide a clear explanation of your goals and the assets you are planning to use to fund the trust including any life insurance you plan to purchase or…Read more
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Q. I heard there are changes to the eligibility for VA pensions and other veterans’ needs based programs. What are the changes and when do they take effect? A. The...Read more
If you’re 18 or older, it’s time to make a will. Even young adults have assets and legal interests that need protecting and directing upon death. Many children come from...Read more
I have children here and in Pennsylvania and are trying to decide where to retire. I heard something about filial responsibility laws and want to know if they exist in...Read more
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