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When Should an Estate Plan Be Reviewed?

The documents may still be valid but if they are stale or outdated, you may spend significant money trying to use them down the road.

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Celebrate Single Parent Day: Take Steps to Provide for Your Kids’ Future

In 1984, Congress issued a resolution, signed by President Reagan, establishing March 21st as National Single Parent Day: a day devoted to recognizing the dedication of single parents, who make self-sacrificial efforts to care for their children’s needs, and encouraging family members, friends, and communities to help provide an optimal …

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Why are the Elderly Particularly Vulnerable to Winding Up in the Hospital with COVID-19?

New Medicare data reveals which chronic conditions make seniors especially vulnerable to ending up in the hospital with COVID-19.

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What Will Biden Do with Medicaid, if Elected President?

Likely Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has proposed a major new initiative to encourage state Medicaid programs to expand home and community-based care for low-income older adults and younger people with disabilities.

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What is a Power of Attorney’s Effect in a Will Contest Case? Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman discusses the Power of Attorney legal document and how it can impact a Will Contest Case.

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Here’s Why You Need an Estate Plan

No matter what line of work you are in, estate planning has facets that apply to everyone, and it comes down to documenting wishes and avoiding probate and unnecessary taxes. Too many people put it off, but, in general, the sooner you do it, the better.

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Who Should Be A Trustee?

Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman answers a common question about choosing a successor trustee to handle your affairs when you are no longer able to manage your assets.

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If I Successfully Bring A Will Contest Case, Does The Estate Pay Attorney’s Fees?

Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman answers a common question about a will contest case and whether the estate pays for the attorney’s fees.

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Can You believe Aging Parents Grow Stubborn and They Know It?

Aging parents grow stubborn, and researchers are uncovering the reasons why.

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Will I Live Longer, if I Babysit the Grandchildren?

Looking for an extra incentive to spend some quality time with your grandchildren? Try telling their parents that it could extend your life.

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