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Category: Elder Law

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Can My Power of Attorney Change My Will?
Alzheimer's Disease

Can My Power of Attorney Change My Will?

Power of attorney is one of the most important legal forms for estate and elder care planning. Along with wills and trust documents, it is a critical document for arranging one’s affairs.

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How Does Medicaid Count Assets?
ALTCs

How Does Medicaid Count Assets?

Although the Medicaid system may be a generally recognized public benefit, the intricacies of the program usually do not become relevant to individuals, until they face the need to use it.

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Common Mistakes in Claiming Social Security
Elder Law

Common Mistakes in Claiming Social Security

Social Security benefits serve an essential role in most Americans’ retirement plans. Yet many people — even soon-to-be retirees — know little about how the program works or how to get the most from the benefits they’ve earned.

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Key Dates for Planning Retirement
Elder Law

Key Dates for Planning Retirement

Each type of retirement benefit has a different eligibility age. Your age plays a big role in how much you can expect to receive from Social Security and what you need to do to avoid retirement account penalties.

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