Did You Know? It works like this: a grandparent receives a call from a person posing as a grandchild; the grandchild says they are in financial trouble and need help; the grandparent wires some money and never sees it again. Here’s how you can prevent the scam from working: Be careful of what you share on … More Did You Know? May 2018
Engaged at Every Age The Administration for Community Living has announced the theme of this year’s initiative for Older Americans Month: “Engage at Every Age.” Here are a few ways you can engage and celebrate the older adults in your community: Post a photo with an elderly parent, friend or neighbor and use the hashtag … More #Trending Now – May 2018
3 Things to Know About Writing a Will The longest will ever filed for probate was handwritten in October of 1919, and had 95,940 words contained in four bound volumes. Lucky for the rest of us, this isn’t standard and a will doesn’t have to be hundreds of pages long. When you want to write … More Something Different – May 2018
The May Edition of LegalWise focuses on Elder Law! Download LegalWise Here: LegalWise – May 2018 Featured Story: Dealing With Dementia Trending Now: Engaged at Every Age Something Different: 3 Things to Know About Will Writing Tip of the Month: When it Comes to Estate Planning, Sooner is Better Than Later
Dealing With Dementia Legal Matters that Caregivers Should Address When someone you love is diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or any other progressive brain disorder, the effects can be profound and devastating. Family members and close friends often experience a great deal of grief, anger and even guilt. The silver lining is that, with the … More Featured Story – May 2018
Power of Attorney Obtaining power of attorney for an elderly parent is a service that is fully covered by your plan. We encourage you to contact your Plan Law Firm if you have any questions or would like to set up a meeting.
When it Comes to Estate Planning, Sooner is Better Than Later In May, we observe Older Americans Month, which is a great time to emphasize the importance of creating an estate plan. It’s a task that can be difficult without help, but a little advanced planning will help safeguard your loved ones.