Getting Over Your Fear of the End

Imagining our death can be more terrifying than the shower scene in “Psycho” – the unknown of what comes next, the pain dying may bring. What we don’t think about often enough is what happens after we’re gone. A life...

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Handling Post-Death Litigation

Just in time for Halloween, here’s a real horror story: An elderly couple met a caregiver through their church, who promptly coerced them to give almost $300,000 in cash and real property to her. With the help of Generation Law,...

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Understanding Special Needs Trusts

In our line of work, we see plenty of heartbreaking cases where special needs individuals don’t get the support they need. In one case, a mentally challenged adult child was the beneficiary of his parents’ assets. When they died, he...

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Before Your Kid Heads to College, Do This

Imagine your child has just headed off to college. You’re both excited as he embarks on what could be the best years of his life. You’re proud of the person he has become. You raised him well and prepared him...

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Choosing the Guardian of Your Galaxy

A few weeks ago, HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” featured a segment about guardianship. True to form, the segment was rich with jokes and insight into the many ways court-appointed guardians can harm innocent people. The story is...

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How Much Will Alzheimer’s Cost You?

An Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis is a long, difficult road to travel. Without a cure, there’s little you and your caregivers can do but buckle up for the ride. The greatest toll to be paid on that road is the emotional...

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The Ultimate Family Caregiver’s Guide

Caring for a dying loved one is a remarkable responsibility and the truest form of selflessness. It’s also far from easy. The physical and, of course, emotional sacrifices it demands of you can become overwhelming. Here, we offer you, the...

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What will the rest of your life cost?

Planning for retirement can be a lot of fun. These are the Golden Years we’re talking about, where you can finally relax and play – spend that money you worked so hard to earn on enjoyable things. But do your...

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