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Why You Need a Durable Power of Attorney

Why You Need a Durable Power of Attorney

Have you considered what would happen if you lost the ability to make decisions for yourself?  What would you do if you became impaired from a stroke, car accident, dementia or a whole host of other afflictions that would affect your ability to make your own decisions?  As we age and face health issues, we…

VIDEO: How a Trust Can Help You and Your Family

VIDEO: How a Trust Can Help You and Your Family

A common misconception about Trusts is that Trusts are only for the rich; the truth is that Trusts can be a powerful tool for many people in a variety of situations. If you’ve ever asked yourself whether a Trust might help to meet your planning goals, this video is for you. In this webinar, Nurse…

Holiday Season During a Pandemic: Staying Connected with Your Aging Parents

Holiday Season During a Pandemic: Staying Connected with Your Aging Parents

In any other year, the holidays are a great reason to spend quality time with our aging parents.  We get to see firsthand how they are doing, often in their own environment.  We can see if early issues need to be addressed or if there are any outward signs of decline. After all, who knows…

Top 6 Advantages to Living Trusts

Top 6 Advantages to Living Trusts

A Living Trust, (more formally referred to as Revocable Living Trust or Revocable Trust) holds your assets in trust for your use and benefit during your lifetime; and it gives clear direction on how those assets will be distributed upon your death. One of the prime advantages of a Living Trust is that it can…

Confessions of a Probate Attorney: Leave the Family Feud to Television

Confessions of a Probate Attorney: Leave the Family Feud to Television

Most of us have heard of a bad experience another family had dividing up personal property after a parent died.  Arguments and bitter feelings ensued when the adult children tried to figure out who should get Mom’s favorite pie plate, Dad’s trusty set of wrenches, or the painting over the fireplace. Neglecting to specify who-gets-what…

Managing a Crisis When There’s No Plan in Place

Managing a Crisis When There’s No Plan in Place

Sometimes a crisis occurs before an estate plan has been completed. In this webinar, Nurse Attorney Cathleen Summers discusses the options that may be available to help you or your loved one manage the crisis. Introduction 0:35 – The first step 2:45 – What can be done: Pre-Planning documents is preferred 3:05 – Power of Attorney,…

Should I Transfer My House to My Adult Children?

Should I Transfer My House to My Adult Children?

For many people, their house is their most treasured and valuable asset.  Kids have been raised there, memories of a lifetime created, and it is only natural to want to pass the family home to the next generation and avoid probate.  But is it a good idea to transfer the house to your child? The…

Flying Solo: Life Plans for Solo Agers

Flying Solo: Life Plans for Solo Agers

Nurse Attorney Cathleen Summers talks to solo agers about the importance of reaching out to others and creating a life plan so you don’t feel lonely or isolated. Introduction 1:07 – Statistics of Solo Agers 2:30 – What a Life Plan is and what it covers 5:00 – Health & health care issues 8:50 –…

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