VA Aid & Attendance: The Best Kept Secret

Your father served in the Fifth Marines during the Korean War, earning a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. Mother passed away five years ago, and dad has been living by himself. He’s still able to take care of himself in his own home, and the last thought on his mind is moving into anKeep Reading

What Is A Living Trust?

If you’re under the illusion that you have to be Bill Gates or Warren Buffet to need a trust, you’re wrong. Your best friend who’s a mini-mogul because of the small kingdom of rental property he owns or your next-door neighbor who’s a small-business owner could – and probably do – have trusts. In theKeep Reading

Goals Of Legal Protection

You wake up one morning and realize you’re 60 years old. Don’t panic: 60 is the new 40. You’re in relatively good health, physically and financially, and you’re nowhere near ready to see Saint Peter just yet. But in the back of your mind, you know you’ve put off making plans. Why? Maybe you’re aKeep Reading

Six Costly Mistakes Seniors Make

While the title of this article is ‘Six Costly Mistakes Seniors Make,’ it could be entitled ‘Six Costly Mistakes Anyone Makes.’ Because, no matter your age, mistakes are made. To err is human. No one likes to make mistakes, or, heaven forbid, admit to making them. It’s a sign of weakness. Regardless of if you’reKeep Reading

I’m A Power Of Attorney – Now What?

“With great power comes great responsibility.” – Voltaire, 18th century French philosopher A family member or close friend giving you the responsibility to be his or her Power of Attorney (POA) isn’t a duty to be taken lightly. Now before you turn into Gary Cooper and think, aw shucks, this is no big deal, thinkKeep Reading