Why Your Will Needs To Be Updated

Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman’s unexpected death in February 2014 brought to light a matter that’s a common issue not just for celebrities but for regular, everyday people like you and me. After the initial shock of Hoffman’s death wore off and the funeral took place, the legal proceedings began. It didn’t take long forKeep Reading

VA Aid & Attendance: Never Give Up!

Never give up! Those words may bring back old memories, maybe of the high school football coach or an Army drill sergeant who constantly reminded you not to settle for less and to keep trying? In the back of your head, even when you know you couldn’t do it, there was that voice that toldKeep Reading

Commonly Asked Medicaid & Estate Planning Questions

Questions. Everyone has questions. How much does this cost? If a passenger train left Chicago traveling at 100 mph, and a freight train left Los Angeles at 90 mph, where would the two trains meet? (The answers to these questions are readily available at our fingertips, via the Internet. (The above answers are: it dependsKeep Reading

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