Don’t leave your loved ones with unnecessary expenses after you’re gone.
During everyone’s lifetime, they try their best to protect people and objects that they love. Locks, alarms, fences, and cameras are used to keep these things that hold importance and value, safe. But, what happens Continue reading →
This is probably a difficult time for you and your family.
A loved one is gone, and now you have to take care of what was left behind. You’ve already taken the first steps- the arrangements have been made, flowers ordered, and now you have to begin the probate process, except you can Continue reading →
If you are new to family caregiving, looking for long-term care for yourself, or generally curious about the Medicaid process, you may feel a bit overwhelmed. Medicaid and Medicare are commonly misunderstood and are both fairly complex. Understanding the difference between the two Continue reading →
“The list of things you need to do after someone dies can seem endless, especially during a time when you are also grieving.”
Making funeral arrangements, paying medical bills and closing down accounts are just the start of the tasks that a surviving spouse must take charge of, advises Continue reading →
“We may think of a spoiled heiress to a large fortune, whose parents were savvy enough to prevent her from having full access to her funds. On the other hand, we could imagine a loved one with special needs, whose needs will be provided for with trust-protected money.”
Trusts serve Continue reading →