A Dozen Difficult Questions

Ask yourself the following questions: If I were to become disabled tomorrow: 1. Who would pay my bills? 2. Who would be able to make medical decisions for me if I cannot? 3. Would the family business continue? 4. Would my end of life care decisions be known and honored? If I were to die […]

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Peace of Mind Planning–The Top 10 List

Fans of David Letterman know that he regularly uses Top 10 lists for comic effect. But these lists can also serve a less humorous purpose–to give us easy to follow bullet points on important topics. Today’s topic is 10 Reasons For You To Develop Your Own Peace of Mind Plan: 1. Provides resources and guidance […]

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Having the (Difficult) Conversation With Your Parents

“It’s not easy to talk about dying, but it’s vitally important.” Whether we like it or not, and whether we talk about it or not, it is inevitable that our parents and other older relatives (and don’t forget, us too!) will face the consequences of aging. An elder law attorney said recently that in past […]

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