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You've probably seen a TV show or movie where the plot, especially at the end of the show or movie, consists of a well-dressed attorney showing up to someone's front door to let a main character know that someone else passed away and they were
This podcast episode is a recording of a virtual presentation given to the Adult Children of Aging Parents organization (ACAP) in May 2021 by Attorney Jenna Franks and Long-Term Planner Kristin Daugherty. They take some of the most frequent que
In this recording of a seminar that was originally presented to a private group but is now being made public for all to hear, Attorney Brittany Smith discusses estate planning from a charitable gifting perspective and gives some tips on how to
In this episode, a brief excerpt from a virtual happy hour event originally held May 12, 2021, Attorney Landon Hodges and Long-Term Care Planner Tammy Zilske talk about scenarios where one spouse has to be moved to a long-term care facility whi
There are multiple types of trusts, but two of the most commonly used are revocable and irrevocable. In this brief podcast episode, an excerpt from a virtual happy hour event on May 12, Attorney Landon Hodges answers the question in the episode
The rules for inheriting an IRA or other qualified retirement account drastically changed at the beginning of 2020. In this brief episode, Attorney Landon Hodges outlines when happens when someone inherits a qualified retirement account from a
In this episode, an excerpt from a virtual happy hour event held on May 12,  Attorney Landon Hodges and Long-Term Care Planner Tammy Zilske discuss how and why it is important to have a team of trusted advisors when doing your estate planning.
Don’t allow an Alzheimer’s or Dementia diagnosis to devastate your life savings! If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, there is no more time to waste. The clock is ticking! With every passing second, more financ
Our law firm has always provided quality legal services to individuals that require them specifically due to receiving an Alzheimer's or Dementia diagnosis. While we continue providing these services, we recently stepped back and assessed how w
An Emergency Room visit is not the time to designate a Power of Attorney! End-of-life decisions are unfortunately, inevitable. Sooner or later, we all will be faced with this daunting challenge. When the time comes, your family wants to make th
There are lots of options for the long-term care for a loved one (or ourselves), whether additional services are brought into the home or the loved one moves into a congregant living community such as a continuous care retirement center (CCRC),
Doing your estate planning ahead of time before a crisis hits will almost always give you a better outcome. In this episode, a recording of a virtual seminar originally presented live on March 23, 2021, Attorney Landon Hodges and Long-Term Care
You've done everything right and saved what you need for a comfortable retirement. Now, you need to make sure something unexpected like a health emergency doesn't eat into those savings. Attorney Jenna Franks and Long-Term Planner Kristin Daugh
At our elder law firm, we often get asked by clients, "why can't I just give my house (or another piece of valuable property) to my adult children or other relatives for $1 in order to avoid inheritance tax and other potential tax or future lie
If you've listened to even just a few episodes of this podcast, you've probably heard the term "long-term care planning" more than once. Aside from the obvious definition - planning for long-term care - what exactly do we mean when we talk abou
Do you have an individual with special needs that you already have or intend to have as a beneficiary of your estate? If so, then you need to take some additional steps to make sure that person can receive such an inheritance while also still k
Nursing home care is expensive. So, what happens if you or a loved one require it due to an unexpected event? In this episode, a recording or a virtual seminar originally presented in February, Attorney Brittany Smith and Long-Term Care Planner
A full estate plan can consist of several different components. Depending on someone's level and type of assets, as well as their goals with respect to asset protection and beneficiaries, it can get complicated. That's where we come in to help
In this brief episode, Long-Term Care Planner Kristin Daugherty summarizes how our law firm works with clients that have received a diagnosis of Alzheimer's, Dementia, and some other conditions. We have always been a dementia-friendly law firm,
So, you have a spouse or other loved one that has had to go into a nursing home. But, you haven't done much (or any) estate planning. What can you do to make sure your assets are protected and your entire estate doesn't go toward the cost of ca
Protecting your assets from the potential future, or in some cases, current costs of long-term care is a key objective for many of our clients. In this podcast episode, Attorney Landon Hodges talks about the tool that our firm uses in many situ
In this podcast episode, Long-Term Care Planner Kristin Daugherty and Attorney Landon Hodges discuss the different ways that are available to help pay for long-term care, regardless of the type of long-term care that is needed. Types of care in
In this final portion of the five-part series of short episodes centered on Alzheimer's planning, Attorney Julie Steinbacher speaks with Jeffrey Dauber, education and outreach coordinator for the Greater Pennsylvania chapter of the Alzheimer's
Take the mystery out of planning ahead for tomorrow's challenges, as Attorney Jenna Franks and Long-Term Care Planner Kristin Daugherty share the secrets of planning for your second half of life in this virtual seminar originally presented on J
In part four of a five-part series of short episodes centered on Alzheimer's planning, Attorney Julie Steinbacher speaks with Jeffrey Dauber, education and outreach coordinator for the Greater Pennsylvania chapter of the Alzheimer's Association
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