2022 Norseman Race Report

“Your First Lap Doesn’t Count” By Ben Neiburger (the athlete) and Jack Davidson (his support) Yes, this race report is long. It’s so long that it is almost indulgent. But for a race so epic as this, the length and...

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Do I Need a Geriatric Care Manager?

By Andrea Kovar, Attorney, Generation Law Are you in the difficult position of needing to make care decisions for an elderly or disabled parent or loved one? Can’t make heads or tails of all the information floating around on the...

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A Very COVID ‘Thinksgiving’

For many of us, Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different this year. In light of COVID-19, families will be gathering around the computer screen rather than the dining table to keep everyone safe, especially older parents and loved...

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Challenging Estate Plans in Court

Divvying up a loved one’s earthly possessions after they’re gone is pretty miserable, even under the best circumstances. But if someone messed with their estate plan before they died, estate administration – that’s lawyer-speak for distributing someone’s things according to...

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What should I do to protect myself if I get COVID?

Like many other states, Illinois has slowly begun easing restrictions imposed to limit the spread of COVID-19. But as the daily case numbers show, there’s still plenty of reason to be concerned about transmission. Whether you’re headed to the office,...

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Got Probate? Illinois Courts Reopening

The Illinois courts are coming back to life following months of only hearing emergency and essential cases during the pandemic. On June 30, the Illinois Judicial Conference announced the creation of a task force that will study how to resume...

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