Incapacity Planning

Trustees of Special Needs Trusts: What You Need to Know When Selecting Your Trustees!

Aug 12,2015

Do you have a special needs individual in your immediate or extended family? If so, consider setting up a third party Supplemental Needs Trust for the benefit of this individual so that any money coming to him or her can be deposited into this trust. The trust money can then supplement government benefits without jeopardizing […]

General Durable Power of Attorney: What Is It And Why Should You Have One?

Aug 10,2015

A general durable power of attorney is a legal document authorizing someone (called your Agent or Attorney-in-Fact) to manage your financial affairs on your behalf. This individual can perform any actions that you could do for yourself, such as signing checks, buying or selling real estate, depositing or withdrawing funds, even run a business! The bonus […]

Planning Now for the Potential of Alzheimer’s Later

Dec 11,2013

More and more senior Americans are forced to deal with the devastating diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Without planning, an Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be a devastating financial blow to an individual and his or her family. A recent article discusses how individuals can take control of their financial futures by planning now for the potential of an […]

Considering Providing In-Home Care for a Loved One? Read This First

Nov 27,2013

For some elderly citizens, remaining at home is no longer an option. Either physical or mental deterioration makes it impossible for them to carry out daily tasks, even with assistance from loved ones. Other seniors, however, may be able to live at home longer than they think. A recent article discusses considerations a person should […]

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