The Essential Estate Planning Building Blocks You Need

You’re familiar with the story of the Three Little Pigs. The pigs build three houses using different materials. The story’s protagonist, the Big Bad Wolf, appears and blows down two of the pigs’ houses, made of straw and sticks. But the third little pig outsmarted the Big Bad Wolf because he made his house outKeep Reading

What is an Elder Law Attorney?

May is National Elder Law/Older Americans Month, which serves to emphasize the importance of being prepared, among other things. You ask yourself: Now what exactly is elder law? You didn’t attend law school but know about criminal law from watching movies and TV shows, and you can’t miss the personal injury lawyers’ billboard when you’reKeep Reading

Memorial Day is the Perfect Time to Talk about Aid and Attendance

Memorial Day is right around the corner. Talking about home care for veterans on the holiday that’s the unofficial kick-off to summer may not be on your list, but now is a good time to do so. When people think about veteran’s home care, they might not think much more than what the Veterans AffairsKeep Reading

Is It a Good Time to Review & Update Your Estate Documents?

There’s an old saying that states, the only constant in life is that it’s constantly changing. By most estimates, only 42 percent of Americans have any type of estate planning documents. Those numbers may have increased a bit because the COVID-19 pandemic may have prompted some to take action, but most Americans still remain withoutKeep Reading

Where Are Your Important Documents?

According to Newsweek, the average American wastes 55 minutes a day, or 12 days a year, looking for things they own but can’t find.   Each of us has been in that situation. The last time we saw our favorite book, it was sitting on that shelf, but it’s not there now. It got misplacedKeep Reading

The Veteran and Aid & Attendance Benefit

Memorial Day is more than just the unofficial kick-off to summer, the Indianapolis 500 and backyard barbeques. It’s a time to remember the men and women who sacrificed their lives for their country. Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day’s roots can be traced back to the years following the Civil War. It became anKeep Reading