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How Do I Create End-of-Life Plan?
Elder Law

How Do I Create End-of-Life Plan?

Research shows that fewer than one-third of U.S. residents have advanced-care directives or detailed medical instructions in case they can’t communicate their own wishes.

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Can You Support a Child with Special Needs?
Estate Planning

Can You Support a Child with Special Needs?

Families that include individuals with special needs require planning to secure their loved ones’ security in the future, both in legal and financial terms. There’s usually no expectation of the child becoming an independent adult, so careful planning is needed, as advised in the recent article “Financial Planning for Families with Disabilities” from Wealth Management. Many families neglect planning for their retirement, focusing all their resources on developing a plan for their disabled child. However, retirement and their child’s future need to be secured, which is where an estate planning attorney can help. In 2014, Congress created The Achieving a…

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Do You Need Conservatorship or Power of Attorney?
Elder Law

Do You Need Conservatorship or Power of Attorney?

Several high-profile celebrities have recently sought a conservatorship for a family member including Jay Leno, his wife Mavis, and Cher for her son, Elijah Blue Allman, claiming they cannot adequately manage their affairs or make proper medical decisions.

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