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The Five Most Important Legal Documents

The Five Most Important Legal Documents

All Americans who wish to protect their families and themselves must have an estate plan. Making sound decisions regarding finances and healthcare can become challenging as you age due to diminished mental capacity or declining health.

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Conservatorships Are Avoided With Durable Powers of Attorney

Conservatorships Are Avoided With Durable Powers of Attorney

Legal guardianship over an adult is known as a conservatorship. Decisions and actions can be made on behalf of another (or several people). The conservator is the person(s) with the power to make decisions, and the conservatee is the adult who needs help with their financial, health care, living arrangements, and daily affairs due to old age, physical or mental limitations. Some conservatorships are broader than others. For example, some conservators may only have authority over financial decisions, not medical ones.

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Benefits and Long-Term Care Planning for Veterans

Benefits and Long-Term Care Planning for Veterans

Are veteran Department of Veterans Affairs benefits may be used to help cover the costs of long-term care? The answer is, as with most governmental things, complicated. A much-underused pension benefit known as Aid and Attendance can provide some money to cover costs for assistance performing everyday tasks. Aid and Attendance benefits may even be available to veterans with incomes above the eligibility limit if they have a large enough medical expense(s) for which they receive no reimbursement.

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The Five Most Important Legal Documents

The Five Most Important Legal Documents

All Americans who wish to protect their families and themselves must have an estate plan. Making sound decisions regarding finances and healthcare can become challenging as you age due to diminished mental capacity or declining health.

read more
Conservatorships Are Avoided With Durable Powers of Attorney

Conservatorships Are Avoided With Durable Powers of Attorney

Legal guardianship over an adult is known as a conservatorship. Decisions and actions can be made on behalf of another (or several people). The conservator is the person(s) with the power to make decisions, and the conservatee is the adult who needs help with their financial, health care, living arrangements, and daily affairs due to old age, physical or mental limitations. Some conservatorships are broader than others. For example, some conservators may only have authority over financial decisions, not medical ones.

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Benefits and Long-Term Care Planning for Veterans

Benefits and Long-Term Care Planning for Veterans

Are veteran Department of Veterans Affairs benefits may be used to help cover the costs of long-term care? The answer is, as with most governmental things, complicated. A much-underused pension benefit known as Aid and Attendance can provide some money to cover costs for assistance performing everyday tasks. Aid and Attendance benefits may even be available to veterans with incomes above the eligibility limit if they have a large enough medical expense(s) for which they receive no reimbursement.

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Understanding Revocable Trusts

Understanding Revocable Trusts

This was a question we received from a client: A revocable trust created by my brother left money to my children – but they could only use that money if they went to Tanzania to see elephants. Why can’t my kids put that money toward something they could use, like paying off their mortgages? The trustee says she has no choice, and she has to follow my brother’s instructions.

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