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Musings from a Reformed Hugger

Musings from a Reformed Hugger

How Coronavirus has changed the way we say “hello” I’m a hugger, there is just no getting around it.  When I meet someone I know, my first inclination is to give them a hug.  It’s my way of saying how happy I am to see the person and to convey the message that they are…

Should Mom Move in with Us?

Should Mom Move in with Us?

Q: Mom lives alone in the family home where we all grew up.  She seems lonely since Dad passed away several years ago.  I’m worried about her safety; she lacks socialization and it seems getting around is becoming more difficult. Taking care of a big home by herself is getting difficult.  As her daughter, I…

Questions to Ask After a Dementia Diagnosis

Questions to Ask After a Dementia Diagnosis

If you are a fan of the TV series “This Is Us”, then you have been following the story line about Rebecca and her diagnosis of dementia.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association 2019 Facts and Figures, 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease, which is just one form of dementia.  Additionally, 1 in 3…

It’s 2020- Abbreviate the year at Your Own Risk!

It’s 2020- Abbreviate the year at Your Own Risk!

While we all hope for a happy and prosperous new year, scammers aren’t so generous of spirit.  With the start of the new decade and new year, many of us commonly abbreviate the year 2020 as simply ’20.   In the past, using an abbreviation for the year didn’t matter as much.  Now, it could cause…

Will Dorothy Still Get to Call the Farm “Home”?

Will Dorothy Still Get to Call the Farm “Home”?

Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz had it right: “there’s no place like home”.   As we move through life, trying to avoid the Wicked Witch of the West and the Flying Monkeys, our home is a place of great love, security and comfort.  Often a lifetime of memories with family and friends is created within…

Dear Generations Law Group: Should I Be Updating My Estate Plan?

Dear Generations Law Group: Should I Be Updating My Estate Plan?

Dear Generations Law Group, I’ve been updating my Naughty and Nice List and checking it twice. This got me to wondering, “Should I be updating my Estate Plan too?” Yours Truly, Kris Kringle Dear Mr. Kringle, Thank you for your letter and question! You started off on the right path by creating an estate plan….

Should I Add my Adult Child to My Bank Account?

Should I Add my Adult Child to My Bank Account?

For many seniors living alone or who have lost their spouse or life partner, adding an adult child as a signer to your bank account seems like a good idea.  You might be worried that if you become sick or unable to manage your own affairs that your bills will go unpaid and the thought…

Estate Planning: Can’t I Just Do That Online?

Estate Planning: Can’t I Just Do That Online?

At Generations Law Group, we hear the question, “Why not create my estate plan online?” frequently, especially from our younger Generations. Unfortunately, when you do your estate planning online, you get what you pay for (or maybe didn’t even pay for). Your estate plan can and should do many things for you, such as save…

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