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  People hit the hardest by this pandemic, both by contracting Covid-19 and also emotionally, are those who live in long-term care facilities. We have heard through multiple outlets just how hard these facilities have been hit with illness and death. The other side of this is the impact on the

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Best 18th birthday gift? A healthcare power of attorney! I know this may sound like the most depressing gift, but please don’t stop reading! Stick with me and I think you will agree. And a bonus, it’s free. A Healthcare Power of Attorney is the document that allows an adult to choose who will

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This is a question we get often, and our family is a good example of why one might be necessary. My kids and I were struck by an impaired driver in 2002. It was a horrible time. They both suffered traumatic brain injuries as well as many other injuries. They ended up receiving an insurance settlemen

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Make Your Own Healthcare Go Package! There has been a lot of talk about estate planning and the increased need for documents such as a Healthcare Power of Attorney during the Covid-19 crisis. Less than half of all Americans have done their estate planning. But you are one of them! You’ve done you

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  Settlements can be received from a variety of claims. More prevalent claims we see are from Personal Injury Claims and Medical Malpractice Claims.  We have the honor of helping families and attorneys determine how to try and ensure that the receipt of a personal injury or medical malpr

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What happens if a propose protected person disagrees with my guardianship action? The person who you claim needs a guardian has the right to contest your assertion and they also have the right to a trial. Other people who may disagree are family members who also have a priority for appointment as t

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  A conservatorship is a protective proceeding to protect or “conserve” a person’s money and property if said person is unable to manage their own assets and those assets are at risk of waste or dissipation. A person might be unable to manage their own finances if they are an incapacitat

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  Congratulations! You've made the decision to move forward in completing your health care power of attorney, living will (for end of life decisions), financial power of attorney, Last Will & Testament, maybe a Trust and maybe a Nomination of Guardian (if you have minor or disabled childre

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  Financial exploitation of older Americans is a tremendous national problem. It is unclear how much elderly Americans have lost, as much of it goes unreported, but various studies estimate between $3 billion to $37 billion per year. According to the National Council on Aging, 1 in 10 American

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  Once a person passes away, they leave behind beneficiaries who will inherit their assets as designated in the person’s Last Will and Testament. Most of the time it is pretty straightforward and the Personal Representative (the person nominated in the Will to distribute the estate a/k/a an

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The lawyer disclaimer: We hope you find this informative, but it is not legal advice. You should consult your own attorney, who can review your specific situation and account for variations in state law and local practices. Laws and regulations are constantly changing, so the longer it has been since this was written, the greater the likelihood that the information might be out of date.



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