Key Reasons Why You Need to Update Your Estate Plan When You Move to a New State

Key Reasons Why You Need to Update Your Estate Plan When You Move to a New State

It can be important to update your estate plan when you move to a new state. Why is that? Let us discuss some of the key reasons why you should make updating your estate plan a priority after moving to a new state. The laws are different in every state. While one state will probably honor your will, trust or other estate planning documents executed in another state, because the laws vary from state to state, not updating the estate planning...
Why You Need an Elder Law Attorney in Addition to an Estate Planning Attorney

Why You Need an Elder Law Attorney in Addition to an Estate Planning Attorney

Do you have a great estate planning attorney? If so, you may think you are all set. Having an elder law attorney as part of your team, however, can be critical as you head into your golden years. Estate planning attorneys may be proficient at tax and inheritance matters, but they typically do not specialize in the other types of planning needed as you age. For issues like long-term care or nursing home planning, you may need to turn to an elder...
Tips on Helping a Loved One Deal with Memory Loss

Tips on Helping a Loved One Deal with Memory Loss

When a loved begins to exhibit signs of memory loss by asking the same question repeatedly, forgetting appointments, or how to get to a home they have lived in for years, it can be exceedingly stressful for both the loved one and his or her family members. Are you experiencing this with a loved one? Let us discuss some tips to help.  While it can be difficult to witness the memory decline of a loved one, and your own fear of what you are...