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New York Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer…

New York Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Blog

Covers national and New York based elder neglect and nursing home abuse news. Published By Gallivan & Gallivan.

http://www.newyorknursinghomeabuselawyerblog.com/
  • Aug 31

    Nassau County Nursing Home Cited for 19 Deficiencie

    Nassau County Nursing Home Cited for 19 Deficiencie
    Parkview Care and Rehabilitation Center, a nursing home in Massapequa, Long Island, was cited in an April Department of Health certification survey for nineteen deficiencies. The most serious of these deficiencies resulted in "actual…
  • Aug 31

    Westchester County Nursing Home Cited for Failure to Prevent Pressure Sore

    Westchester County Nursing Home Cited for Failure to Prevent Pressure Sore
    The Osborn, a Rye, New York nursing home, was cited in a December, 2013 Department of Health deficiency report for failing to properly treat and/or prevent pressure ulcers. According to the report, the facility did not accurately assess the…
  • Aug 31

    NYS Health Inspectors: Resident's Blood Clot Caused by Medication Error

    NYS Health Inspectors: Resident's Blood Clot Caused by Medication Error
    After receiving a complaint in October 2013 against the Edna Tina Wilson Living Center, a 120-bed facility located in Rochester, the New York State Department of Health (DOH) fined the facility $4,450 for a medication error that caused a…
Rank this Week: 1203

Elder Law Prof Blog

Elder Law Prof Blog

Edited by Kim Dayton, Rebecca C. Morgan and Katherine C. Pearson.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/elder_law/
  • Aug 31

    America's Rural Lawyer Shortage (Or Why Students Should Get to Know Retiring Lawyers...)

    America's Rural Lawyer Shortage (Or Why Students Should Get to Know Retiring Lawyers...)
    A number of law students I have known have found great jobs in recent years in smaller communities. Here is more evidence of the reason, from the Washington Post, as reported by Danielle Paquette: "8,500 residents, 12 Attorneys:…
  • Aug 31

    Is There A Billing Code for That?

    Is There A Billing Code for That?
    Recently I participated in a series of roundtable discussions about end-of-life decision making and care. Community members, doctors, hospital staff and representatives of long-term care providers participated. There were several memorable…
  • Aug 29

    "Glen Campbell ... I'll Be Me"

    "Glen Campbell ... I'll Be Me"
    Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzhemier's disease in 2011, and with his wife, he bravely told the public. What happened next -- on his "Goodbye Tour"-- has been turned into a vivid, moving film. The trailer of "Glen Campbell…
Rank this Week: 176

Estate Planning Blog

Estate Planning Blog

Covering estate planning, elder law, special needs planning, and veteran's benefits in Virginia. By Hook Law Center.

http://www.hooklawcenter.com/blog/
  • Aug 31

    Eye and smell tests may make early detection of Alzheimer’s possible

    Eye and smell tests may make early detection of Alzheimer’s possible
    Results of four new research trials suggest that changes to the eyes and ability to smell may be valuable in the early detection of Alzheimer’s.  Reports presented at the 2014 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference…
  • Aug 27

    Seniors may qualify for Medicaid by spending down assets safely

    Seniors may qualify for Medicaid by spending down assets safely
    Federal law dictates that only someone below a benchmark level of assets can qualify for Medicaid, beyond which it is determined that the individual does not have the assets to pay for his or her own care. Many seniors who apply do not…
  • Jul 29

    Facts to know about Medicare and retirement

    Facts to know about Medicare and retirement
    If your 65th birthday is approaching, you should make sure you are aware of your Medicare options and are prepared to enroll in Medicare if necessary. Here are a few things you should know. First, if you are receiving Social Security benefits…
Rank this Week: 4692

South Carolina Nursing Home Blog

South Carolina Nursing Home Blog

Covers nursing home abuse and litigation. By Poliakoff & Associates.

http://www.scnursinghomelaw.com/
  • Aug 31

    10 Health Hacks for Summer

    10 Health Hacks for Summer
    Enjoy this infographic featuring 10 hacks which will help you beat the summer blues… Continue Reading
  • Aug 30

    “Frighteningly Common”

    “Frighteningly Common”
    A woman in her 70s was the victim of sexual assault at the hands of another resident. The Dr. Vernon Fanning Centre, run by Carewest, said the assault was an isolated incident. An 83 year old male resident was found in the woman’s room,…
  • Aug 29

    Suspect Arrested

    Suspect Arrested
    An elderly female resident was raped at the Autumn Leaves Memory Care Center. Stephen Reed, 61 year old caretaker at the facility, was the main suspect. He was arrested and faces a charge of first degree rape while the woman was mentally…
Rank this Week: 128

Rule of Law

Rule of Law

Covers British Columbia wills, trusts and estates law, elder law and estate litigation. By Stan Rule.

http://rulelaw.blogspot.com/
  • Aug 30

    New Statutory Property Guardianship Legislation and Regulation Coming into Effect December 1, 2014

    New Statutory Property Guardianship Legislation and Regulation Coming into Effect December 1, 2014
    There are some significant changes coming into effect on December 1, 2014 to British Columbia’s adult guardianship legislation. The changes will primarily effect both how the Public Guardian and Trustee is appointed to manage the…
  • Aug 24

    Can You Revoke a Quebec Notarial Will by Destroying a True Copy?

    Can You Revoke a Quebec Notarial Will by Destroying a True Copy?
    A notary in Quebecalways retains the original of a notarial will and registers it under the Quebec Civil Code. Despite the usual rule in British Columbia that an executor must probate the original will, an exception is made for…
  • Aug 6

    Changes to Canadian Charitable Donation Tax Credits for Charitable Gifts on Death

    Changes to Canadian Charitable Donation Tax Credits for Charitable Gifts on Death
    In the 2014 Budget, the Federal Government has proposed changes to the treatment of charitable gifts in wills or beneficiary designations. Essentially, if you include a gift to a charity in your will, under the new tax law, the gift will…
Rank this Week: 451

Abuser Goes to Work

Abuser Goes to Work

Employment law blog about workplace abuse, bullying and discrimination. By Patricia Barnes.

http://abusergoestowork.com
  • Aug 30

    EEOC Defers to ‘Lord High Executioner’

    EEOC Defers to ‘Lord High Executioner’
    For those of us who care about workplace abuse, these are trying times. A federal court judge in Hawaii has forced the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to publically apologize for announcing last June that a settlement was…
  • Aug 9

    Judge Says College Athletes Have Right

    Judge Says College Athletes Have Right
    The failure to compensate big school college athletes has always been about worker fairness and, arguably,  race discrimination. Now a federal judge has cut through the propaganda by ruling that the National Collegiate Athletic…
  • Jul 15

    Pregnant Workers Entitled to Reasonable Accommodation

    Pregnant Workers Entitled to Reasonable Accommodation
    The EEOC has issued an enforcement guidance that makes it clear that an employer must make reasonable accommodations for pregnant workers who experience a medical need for a temporary change at work. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978…
Rank this Week: 4599

Illinois Nursing Home Abuse Blog

Illinois Nursing Home Abuse Blog

Covers Illinois nursing homes and information for nursing home residents, family members, ombudsmen, resident advocates, elder law attorneys and nursing home staff. By Levin & Perconti.

http://blog.levinperconti.com/
  • Aug 30

    High Profile Report - Faulty Medicare Rating System?

    High Profile Report - Faulty Medicare Rating System?
    Nursing homes and long-term care facilities are among the many health care providers that can submit reimbursements to Medicare and Medicaid, which are federal programs administered through the states, for expenses incurred for treating and…
  • Aug 28

    Nursing Home Settles False Claims Act Case

    Nursing Home Settles False Claims Act Case
    The False Claims Act is a law that allows for the government to sue those who have allegedly defrauded the federal government. These lawsuits can also be filed by individual citizens who believe they have uncovered evidence of fraud against…
  • Aug 25

    Speaking Up - Whistleblowers Help Avert Healthcare Fraud

    Speaking Up - Whistleblowers Help Avert Healthcare Fraud
    Whistleblowers have played a vital role in weeding out illegal practices in the private sector, abuse of authority, waste, fraud and gross mismanagement in government agencies, and improper activities in international institutions. As we have…
Rank this Week: 161

Wisconsin Estate Planning

Wisconsin Estate Planning

Covers Wisconsin estate planning, elder law, probate and trust administration, real estate law, business organization, and individual income tax preparation. By Tesar Law Group, S.C.

http://blog.tesarlaw.com/
  • Aug 29

    Balancing Retirement and Estate Planning: Can a Roth IRA Help?

    Balancing Retirement and Estate Planning: Can a Roth IRA Help?
    Maximizing your assets and plans between estate planning and retirement planning is a balancing act, that when done right can benefit you and your loved ones.
  • Aug 27

    Choosing a Trustee to Control the Trust

    Choosing a Trustee to Control the Trust
    Deciding between a family member and a professional and finding the right trustee requires careful consideration.
  • Aug 25

    Special Needs Planning with Trust

    Special Needs Planning with Trust
    Special needs trusts offer an opportunity to leave funds for the benefit of a disabled loved one without actually leaving it in the hands of the disabled beneficiary which they may not be able to handle properly themselves, and which could…
Rank this Week: 1199

Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates,…

Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates, P.C. Blog

Covers Connecticut estate planning, probate and elder law.

http://www.preserveyourestate.net/blog/
  • Aug 29

    How Can You React to Lack of Retirement Preparedness?

    How Can You React to Lack of Retirement Preparedness?
    The Social Security Administration is receiving around 10,000 applications for benefits every day because of the fact that the baby boomer generation is now reaching retirement age. This number of people will be applying daily for the next 20…
  • Aug 27

    Identify the Right Charity

    Identify the Right Charity
    When you are planning your estate you may be interested in charitable giving. This can help you to create a lasting legacy as you continue to make a difference even after you are gone in some cases. And of course, there can be tax advantages…
  • Aug 22

    Why Should I Have a Revocable Living Trust?

    Why Should I Have a Revocable Living Trust?
    People sometimes make assumptions without knowing all the facts. There are those who do not consider the creation of a revocable living trust because they are under the impression that all trusts are only useful for very wealthy individuals.…
Rank this Week: 3819

The Law Office of Michael…

The Law Office of Michael Robinson, P.C.

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.mrobinsonlaw.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    Is There a Medicaid Asset Limit?

    Is There a Medicaid Asset Limit?
    When you are planning for retirement, you probably envision your active years. This can be one of the best periods of your life, and you should certainly do everything possible to enjoy your golden years to the fullest. At the same time, to…
  • Aug 21

    Is Probate Always Required?

    Is Probate Always Required?
    It is important to understand some things about probate when you are planning your estate. You may assume that a last will can facilitate immediate asset transfers after your passing, but this is not the case. When you use a last will to…
  • Jul 24

    5 Essential Estate Planning Rule

    5 Essential Estate Planning Rule
    While estate planning can seem like an incredibly complicated and difficult subject, it’s easier to understand it if you keep a few simple rules in mind. When you create an estate plan you won’t be required to have a vast and…
Rank this Week: 4191

Planning Notes

Planning Notes

Covers fundamental concepts relevant to estate planning, business law, real estate law, and tax law. By Cook & Cook.

http://cooklaw.co/blog
  • Aug 29

    ALS Association Ice Bucket Challenge Trademark Filing

    ALS Association Ice Bucket Challenge Trademark Filing
    The ALS Association has filed an application to register a federal trademark for "Ice Bucket Challenge", the viral sensation that has swept the nation this summer. Although most Americans likely associate "Ice Bucket Challenge" with the ALS…
  • Jul 30

    What is a Family Limited Partnership?

    What is a Family Limited Partnership?
    A family limited partnership, or FLP, can allow a taxpayer to leverage two federal tax devices in conjunction with a technique known as “discounting” in order to reduce the amount of federal tax imposed at the time of that…
  • Jun 27

    The Aereo Decision & Cloud Computing

    The Aereo Decision & Cloud Computing
    In American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc. the U.S. Supreme Court recently held that Aereo's service, which converts and subsequently (re)transmits over-the-air television broadcasts in near real time to Aereo's customers via the…
Rank this Week: 2624

Vandrew Law Blog

Vandrew Law Blog

Covers asset protection, estate planning, tax law, and small business law.

http://vandrew.com/
  • Aug 29

    529 Strategies: FAFSA & a Grandchild’s College Expense

    529 Strategies: FAFSA & a Grandchild’s College Expense
    It’s common that grandparents want to help with college expenses for their grandchildren. Most grandparents helping their grandchildren want to do so in a way that won’t affect financial aid eligibility. One of the most common…
  • Jul 29

    Estate Planning & Cognitive Bia

    Estate Planning & Cognitive Bia
    If you’ve ever attended any of my seminars, you know that one of the points I hammer home is that estate planning is the easiest thing in the world on which to procrastinate. None of us thinks we will due anytime soon, so if there is…
  • Jun 12

    Inherited IRAs held by Supreme Court NOT to be Asset Protected

    Inherited IRAs held by Supreme Court NOT to be Asset Protected
    Many of us in the estate planning field have been following Clark v. Rameker, a case regarding Inherited IRAs. Today, the US Supreme Court finally issued its opinion. This case involved a party (Ruth Heffron) declaring bankruptcy. One of the…
Rank this Week: 2236

Potter Law Firm Blog

Potter Law Firm Blog

Covers estate planning and elder law.

http://www.potterestateplanning.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    What Is Pet Planning?

    What Is Pet Planning?
    Pet planning is a form of estate planning for pet owners. While most people will outlive their pets, older pet owners may have concerns. Pet ownership can be very rewarding for senior citizens who feel a void in their lives. When you have a…
  • Aug 27

    What Is an Irrevocable Trust?

    What Is an Irrevocable Trust?
    Trusts are commonly used in the field of estate planning, and there are various types of trusts. Some trusts are revocable, and there are also irrevocable trusts. In this post we will look at the value of irrevocable trusts. Direct Ownership…
  • Aug 25

    Can I Plan My Own Estate Using Template Documents?

    Can I Plan My Own Estate Using Template Documents?
    Estate planning involves the execution of legally binding documents. There are websites on the Internet that sell generic template legal documents, including estate planning devices. They contend that you can plan your estate simply and…
Rank this Week: 3194

Kraft Elder Law Blog

Kraft Elder Law Blog

Covers elder law issues.

http://www.kraftelderlaw.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    Questions Raised Over Data Cited in Approval of Painkiller

    Questions Raised Over Data Cited in Approval of Painkiller
    The Wall Street Journal reports that some are questioning whether the FDA relied on inflated numbers of people suffering from chronic pain to justify its move to approve the opioid painkiller Zohydro (hydrocodone bitartrate). The…
  • Aug 28

    Dietary Supplement Recalled Over Presence of Cholesterol Medicine

    Dietary Supplement Recalled Over Presence of Cholesterol Medicine
    The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Doctor’s Best, which makes vitamin supplements, is “recalling more than 7,300 bottles of its ‘Best Red Yeast Rice’” product after FDA tests found it contained…
  • Aug 27

    How to Encourage Your Parents to Seek Out Better Living Arrangement

    How to Encourage Your Parents to Seek Out Better Living Arrangement
    When you were young, your parents always took care of you, and now the time has come to return the favor. Attending to their needs may involve driving them to the shops, doing their spring cleaning and encouraging them to … Continue…
Rank this Week: 2172

CEB blog

CEB blog

Covers practice tips and new legal developments of particular interest to California legal professionals. The CEB blog covers a wide range of practice areas from estate planning to civil litigation, along with posts relating to the practice of law generally.

http://blog.ceb.com
  • Aug 29

    Don’t Let Immigration Status Sabotage Your Client’s Sentence

    Don’t Let Immigration Status Sabotage Your Client’s Sentence
    The following is a guest blog post by Norton Tooby, who has a national law practice in Oakland, California, providing expert consultation and representation on immigration consequences of criminal convictions, post-conviction relief, and…
  • Aug 27

    5 Rules to Minimize Expert Contamination

    5 Rules to Minimize Expert Contamination
    Attorneys risk expert contamination when they provide information to an expert about a case. Although you need to discuss the case candidly and openly with your expert, you don’t want to contaminate the expert with information on the…
  • Aug 25

    What to Do about an Incompetent Interpreter

    What to Do about an Incompetent Interpreter
    A witness who would otherwise be incompetent because he or she can’t understand or speak English can be made effectively competent by using an interpreter. But what happens when the interpreter is accused of being incompetent? Dealing…
Rank this Week: 2470

Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning

Covers estate planning, elder law, veterans benefits and special needs trusts. By Mark E. Wight.

http://idahoestateplanning.typepad.com/idaho_estate_planning/
  • Aug 29

    Idaho Estate Planning - Bad Investments Mean Trouble For Trustee

    Idaho Estate Planning - Bad Investments Mean Trouble For Trustee
    The trial court held that the trustee of a perpetual charitable trust had breached the duty of prudence by investing the fund solely in bonds and awarded damages based on what the portfolio would have been worth had the trustee followed…
  • Aug 28

    Idaho Estate Planning - Special Plans & Trusts for Special Asset

    Idaho Estate Planning - Special Plans & Trusts for Special Asset
    Passing along financial assets from your estate is typically straight-forward.. However, special assets that are not so cut-and-dry require careful planning and possibly call for special estate planning tools to be used. The Lake County News…
  • Aug 27

    Idaho Estate Planning - Your Neighbor Might Secretly Be a Millionaire

    Idaho Estate Planning - Your Neighbor Might Secretly Be a Millionaire
    The woman wore frumpy house dresses, drove a beat-up old Chevy Cavalier, lived modestly in a two-family house on Washington Avenue across from Albany High School and harbored an astonishing secret. Few realized she was the millionaire next…
Rank this Week: 673

Marshall Elder & Estate Planning…

Marshall Elder & Estate Planning Blog

Covers Pennsylvania and national elder law and estate planning issues. By Jeffrey A. Marshall.

http://marshallelder.blogspot.com/
Rank this Week: 1670

Law Offices of Cheryl David

Law Offices of Cheryl David

Covers estate planning and elder law in North Carolina.

http://www.cheryldavid.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    Basic Estate Planning Questions – What Does a Basic Estate Plan Look Like?

    Basic Estate Planning Questions – What Does a Basic Estate Plan Look Like?
    In today’s blog post in our ongoing series on basic estate planning questions, we are going to take a brief step back and look at the broader question of what a basic estate plan looks like. If you’ve been reading along in this…
  • Aug 28

    Popular North Carolina Elder Law Myth

    Popular North Carolina Elder Law Myth
    There are a lot of popular North Carolina elder law myths that far too many people believe. When clients come to us seeking advice about an elder law issue, we are often forced to dispel many of their mistaken beliefs because. Many people…
  • Aug 16

    Basic Estate Planning Questions 8 – What is Probate in North Carolina?

    Basic Estate Planning Questions 8 – What is Probate in North Carolina?
    In today’s blog post in our ongoing series on basic estate planning questions, we’re going to look at probate in North Carolina, what it does, and why it is important. A lot of people first talk to an estate planning attorney…
Rank this Week: 2533

Minko Law Office Blog

Minko Law Office Blog

Covers estate planning and elder law.

http://www.minkolaw.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    Essential Estate Planning Knowledge – Elder Law

    Essential Estate Planning Knowledge – Elder Law
    In today’s blog post on the essential estate planning knowledge we are focusing our attention on elder law, elder law issues, and why the topic is so important for everyone to understand. Elder law is one of those areas that most people…
  • Aug 27

    DNR Tattoos No Substitute for an Advance Medical Directive

    DNR Tattoos No Substitute for an Advance Medical Directive
    One of the more interesting questions a lot of people have had recently about estate planning is about the viability of DNR tattoos. By some reports, it’s estimated that one out of every 10 Americans have had some kind of tattoo.…
  • Aug 25

    Essential Estate Planning Knowledge – Powers of Attorney

    Essential Estate Planning Knowledge – Powers of Attorney
    In today’s blog post in our ongoing series on building essential estate planning knowledge, we will take a look at powers of attorney and the role they play in any estate plan. As with any estate planning tool or device, always talk to…
Rank this Week: 4531

American Academy of Estate…

American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys Blog

Provides legal marketing and estate planning legal updates.

http://www.aaepa.com/articles/
  • Aug 29

    Choosing the Right Yardstick

    Choosing the Right Yardstick
    The importance of measuring performance and productivity Do you remember when your parents bragged about how much you had grown? They may have even proudly tracked your growth with pencil marks on the wall. Remember the pressure to make good…
  • Aug 27

    Powers of Attorney

    Powers of Attorney
    Every estate planning attorney utilizes powers of attorney in their practice. They are a useful part of every estate plan. However, powers of attorney can be very broad or very limited. For example, a power of attorney (or POA) could give the…
  • Aug 25

    Run the Client Experience Marathon with Email Marketing

    Run the Client Experience Marathon with Email Marketing
    You’ve surely heard the adage that attorneys make the worst defendants (the same way that doctors make the worst patients). It seems service professionals often have a difficult time putting themselves in their clients’ shoes.…
Rank this Week: 1551

Mendel Law Firm Blog

Mendel Law Firm Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.mendellawfirm.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    Famous Estates – Legacy Champ or Chump?

    Famous Estates – Legacy Champ or Chump?
    Dean Martin (1917-1995) – Singer, Comedian & Actor Dean Martin, born Dino Paul Crocett, was an American singer, film actor, television star and comedian. One of the most popular and enduring American entertainers of the mid-20TH…
  • Aug 28

    Thought for the Day:

    Thought for the Day:
    Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful. Joshua J. Marine
  • Aug 26

    Texas History – Do You Know When the First Public Demonstration of an Airplane Occurred in Texas?

    Texas History – Do You Know When the First Public Demonstration of an Airplane Occurred in Texas?
    The first public demonstration of an airplane in Texas took place February 8, 1910, near Houston, when Frenchman Louis Paulhan showed off his French-made fabric-and-wood biplane.
Rank this Week: 4729

Purcell & Amen, L.L.C. Blog

Purcell & Amen, L.L.C. Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://yourestatematters.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    What Happens to My Property If I Die Without A Will or Trust?

    What Happens to My Property If I Die Without A Will or Trust?
    The primary goal of an estate plan is to determine what will happen to your property and assets upon your death. In order to understand why it is so important to create an estate plan, it helps to discuss what happens to your property and…
  • Aug 28

    What Is A Living Will?

    What Is A Living Will?
    Throughout our lifetimes, we make thousands of decisions. Some of those decisions are simple, day to day decisions while others are life-changing decisions. The important thing is that each of us is able to make those decisions when the time…
  • Aug 27

    Special Needs Trust in Missouri: Why You Should Create One

    Special Needs Trust in Missouri: Why You Should Create One
    If you have a special needs child in your family, you are already aware that caring for that child requires a considerable amount of time and caring. The reality is that it also requires a considerable amount of money. Because you love your…
Rank this Week: 3715

Parman & Easterday Blog

Parman & Easterday Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.parmanlaw.com/blog/
  • Aug 28

    Does Medicaid Pay for In-Home Care?

    Does Medicaid Pay for In-Home Care?
    Long-term care costs are a source of concern within the elder law community. According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, 70% of people reaching the age of 65 will need long-term care eventually. You cannot count on…
  • Aug 26

    Does Medicaid Count the Value of My Home?

    Does Medicaid Count the Value of My Home?
    Nursing homes and assisted living communities are very expensive, and most people cannot comfortably absorb these costs out-of-pocket. Medicare does not pay for long-term care, but Medicaid will assist with these costs. This is why many…
  • Aug 21

    What Is a Grantor Retained Annuity Trust?

    What Is a Grantor Retained Annuity Trust?
    The federal estate tax is an important factor to consider when you are facilitating future asset transfers. This tax carries a 40% maximum rate, so it can take a heavy toll on your estate. There are various different estate tax efficiency…
Rank this Week: 1503

Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. Blog

Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. Blog

Covers estate planning, probate and living trusts in Nevada.

http://www.wealth-counselors.com/blog/
  • Aug 28

    What is a Self-Proving Will in Reno?

    What is a Self-Proving Will in Reno?
    Wills are very common estate planning tools with great value when it comes to having the freedom of determining to whom your estate will be distributed after your death.  Without one, you die “intestate,” which means how your…
  • Aug 20

    What is the Generation Skipping Tax in Reno?

    What is the Generation Skipping Tax in Reno?
    Considering how to pass your wealth on to the next generation?  Then the generation skipping tax is something with which you should be familiar.  The generation skipping transfer tax is a tax assessed on property as it is passed on…
  • Aug 13

    Can Agents Make Gifts Under a Power of Attorney?

    Can Agents Make Gifts Under a Power of Attorney?
    A Power of Attorney is a very common estate planning tool, that can easily be customized to fit each client’s needs.  When a Power of Attorney is created, the usual purpose is to handle legal, financial or medical needs for someone…
Rank this Week: 3221

Redlands Veterans' Affairs…

Redlands Veterans' Affairs Attorney Blog

Covers estate planning and elder law. By Esther Wang.

http://www.california-elder-law.com/blog/
  • Aug 28

    Dynasty Trust Can Be Effective For Wealth Preservation

    Dynasty Trust Can Be Effective For Wealth Preservation
    If you are in possession of wealth that will logically remain intact across multiple generations even as family members benefit from these resources you are going to have to seek avenues that provide tax efficiency. The estate tax sits…
  • Aug 21

    Medicare Contains Multiple Part

    Medicare Contains Multiple Part
    Some people are under the impression that things just take care of themselves when you achieve senior citizen status. Social Security will surely be enough to satisfy all of your financial needs and Medicare will cover your health care…
  • Aug 14

    Rate of Estate Tax May Shock You

    Rate of Estate Tax May Shock You
    While it is indeed important to look ahead toward the future, the fact is that as a young adult you may not be that interested in the details of tax laws that are applicable to the field of estate planning....
Rank this Week: 3637

The Law Office of Alexis B. Levitt…

The Law Office of Alexis B. Levitt Blog

Covers caregiver issues, estate planning, living at home and special needs trusts.

http://www.alexislevitt.com/blog/
  • Aug 28

    Statewide Transition Conference for Parent

    Statewide Transition Conference for Parent
    The Arc of Massachusetts is holding a transition conference for parents of children with disabilities between the ages of 14 and 22. Attendees will be able to choose from a variety of workshops focused on the best practices of creating…
  • Jun 5

    Friendship Home’s First Annual Walk With Friend

    Friendship Home’s First Annual Walk With Friend
    Friendship Home in Norwell is hosting its First Annual Walk with Friends on Sunday, June 22, 2014. The 5K (3.1 mile) walk will take place at Wompatuck State Park in Hingham. This family-friendly event will raise funds and awareness for…
  • May 29

    Shred Day at South Shore Bank

    Shred Day at South Shore Bank
    I just received notice that South Shore Bank will be holding a shred day at its East Bridgewater branch on Saturday, June 7th from 9:00 a.m. to noon. This event is free, open to the public, and a great eco-friendly way to safely dispose of…
Rank this Week: 3430

The Zimmer Law Firm

The Zimmer Law Firm

Covers elder law, estate planning, Medicaid, probate, wills and trusts.

http://www.zimmerlawfirm.com/blog/
  • Aug 28

    Hidden Gold and Intestate Succession

    Hidden Gold and Intestate Succession
    If you ever want to hear about strange legal stories, than reading about estate law is an excellent place to start. Estate law often deals with large sums of money and that tends to create issues, such as intestate succession, that are…
  • Aug 27

    One Small Estate Planning Error Means Loss of Privacy for Robin William

    One Small Estate Planning Error Means Loss of Privacy for Robin William
    Even as many continue to reel from the death of Robin Williams, what’s happened since the day he took his own life is what has many estate planning lawyers cringing. One small overlooked detail has resulted in an estate planning error…
  • Aug 26

    Can an Irrevocable Trust Preserve Family Wealth?

    Can an Irrevocable Trust Preserve Family Wealth?
    Accumulating wealth may be your first objective as a businessperson. After this has been accomplished, you must take steps to preserve your hard-earned wealth. Indeed, there are various different forces at work that could erode your financial…
Rank this Week: 3803

Deborah Sexton Law Office, P. A.…

Deborah Sexton Law Office, P. A. Blog

Covers estate planning and elder law.

http://www.arkansas-estateplanning.com/blog/
  • Aug 28

    How Much Will it Cost to Set Up a Special Needs Trust?

    How Much Will it Cost to Set Up a Special Needs Trust?
    If you are one of many who is responsible for the care of a special needs child or adult, you may be considering whether you need a special needs trust.  You may also be wondering how expensive the process will be.  The first step…
  • Aug 25

    Alternatives for Dealing with Incapacity in Fayetteville

    Alternatives for Dealing with Incapacity in Fayetteville
    It is unfortunate that some of us have to deal with mental incapacity; whether directly or in helping a loved one with an illness or injury.  If this becomes an issue for you, it helps to be aware of the options available to you and your…
  • Aug 21

    When is an Estate Tax Return Due?

    When is an Estate Tax Return Due?
    One of the most common concerns in estate planning is estate taxes.  Indeed, one of the primary goals of estate planning is decreasing or eliminating taxes, as much as possible.  With the current federal estate tax rate at 40%, it…
Rank this Week: 4171

Fink Rosner Ershow-Levenberg Blog

Fink Rosner Ershow-Levenberg Blog

Covers disability and social security, elder law, and VA benefits.

http://legalnewsyoucanuse.com/
  • Aug 28

    When parents retire, SSI recipients should update look at their beneit

    When parents retire, SSI recipients should update look at their beneit
    Are you thinking about starting to collect your Social Security retirement benefits soon?  When the parent of an SSI recipient retires, there may be an opportunity for the child to apply for Social Security Disabled Adult Child Benefits…
  • Aug 27

    VA Form 21-0958 (Notice of Disagreement) Compatibility Issues and Simple Solution

    VA Form 21-0958 (Notice of Disagreement) Compatibility Issues and Simple Solution
    Since the Department of Veterans Affairs released the standardized Notice of Disagreement (VA Form 21-0958) in February 2013, hundreds of veterans have contacted me because they have been unable to download the form through the VA website at…
  • Aug 27

    Not all Discretionary Trusts are Special Needs Trust

    Not all Discretionary Trusts are Special Needs Trust
    Over the years in my practice I have encountered many situations in which a discretionary trust was written into a Will to receive the inheritance of a person who had disabilities. Often the testator (person who was signing the Will) ……
Rank this Week: 4623

German Law Group Blog

German Law Group Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.germanlawgroup.com/
  • Aug 28

    Probate in Grand Forks: Is It Always Required?

    Probate in Grand Forks: Is It Always Required?
    If you use a last will to express your final wishes, you name an executor or personal representative. This is the person who will handle the business of the estate after you pass away. The executor is not going to be able to immediately…
  • Aug 26

    Can You Contest a Living Trust?

    Can You Contest a Living Trust?
    There are misconceptions that circulate about certain aspects of estate planning. One of them is the notion that you can prevent an estate challenge if you create a revocable living trust. People recognize the fact that wills can be…
  • Aug 21

    Why Would I Need a Pour-Over Will?

    Why Would I Need a Pour-Over Will?
    Everyone has heard of the estate planning document called a last will, and many people are well aware of the existence of trusts. You could use a will or a trust to facilitate the transfer of your monetary assets after you pass away.…
Rank this Week: 4740

New Jersey Elder Abuse and Neglect…

New Jersey Elder Abuse and Neglect Forum

Covers nursing home / elder abuse law in the State of New Jersey. By Donna Russo.

http://www.njelderabuselaw.com/
  • Aug 27

    Nursing Home Abuse: Congress Seeks Briefing From Medicare Regarding “Five Star” Rating

    Nursing Home Abuse: Congress Seeks Briefing From Medicare Regarding “Five Star” Rating
    Washington, DC (Aug. 26, 2014)—Today, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, sent a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requesting a briefing to…
  • Aug 27

    Nursing Home Abuse: The New York Times Reports Medicare Ratings Allow Nursing Homes To Game The System

    Nursing Home Abuse: The New York Times Reports Medicare Ratings Allow Nursing Homes To Game The System
    On August 25, 2014, The New York Times published an extensive article on the issue that nursing homes are using Medicare five star ratings as a seal of approval when in reality , the nursing homes are providing Medicare with incomplete…
  • Aug 6

    Nursing Home Abuse: Lack of RN on Floor

    Nursing Home Abuse: Lack of RN on Floor
    On July 31, 2014, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky introduced a new bill, Put a Registered Nurse in the Nursing Home Act,  H.R. 5373.  This bill seeks to require that a nursing home, accepting Medicare and Medicaid payments, have a…
Rank this Week: 3012

PA Elder, Estate & Fiduciary…

PA Elder, Estate & Fiduciary Law Blog

Covers Elder Law, long-term care, "End-of-Life" and health care surrogate decision-making, estate & personal planning, fiduciary administrations, elders' dispute resolution, and Orphans' Court litigation. By Neil E. Hendershot.

http://paelderestatefiduciary.blogspot.com/
  • Aug 27

    Philadelphia Court Upholds Stephen Girard's Intention

    Philadelphia Court Upholds Stephen Girard's Intention
    Stephen Girard, late in life Painted by J.R. Lambdin Judge O'Keefe, Administrative Judge of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, sitting in the Orphans' Court Division, issued an opinion and order, dated August 21, 2014, released on…
  • Jun 19

    PA POA Reform legislation on Governor's Desk

    PA POA Reform legislation on Governor's Desk
    On June 18, 2014, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives adopted (193-0) the amended, compromise version of House Bill 1429, in Printer's No. 3708, regarding power of attorney reform.  The adopted legislation was transmitted to the…
  • Jun 16

    PA Power of Attorney Reform Legislation Move

    PA Power of Attorney Reform Legislation Move
    Legislative changes appear afoot regarding Pennsylvania's Power of Attorney laws. On Monday, June 16, 2014, the Pennsylvania Senate adopted (50-0), after three required considerations, a revised version of House Bill 1429, into a new…
Rank this Week: 787

New York Elder Law Attorney Blog

New York Elder Law Attorney Blog

By Ettinger Law Firm.

http://www.newyorkelderlawattorneyblog.com/
  • Aug 27

    Eroding Gains from Part D Medicare

    Eroding Gains from Part D Medicare
    When Medicare was expanded in 2003, the expansion that established prescription drug coverage was called a "promise, a solemn promise, to America's seniors." Part D Medicare officially took effect in 2006, but still some seniors were afraid…
  • Aug 25

    Study Finds Many Problems Lead to Elderly Suicide

    Study Finds Many Problems Lead to Elderly Suicide
    At the annual meeting of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, researchers presented a study that showed that older adults contemplating suicide do not cite depression as the primary reason. More often, seniors blame their…
  • Aug 21

    Nursing Home Offering Care for Elderly Drug Addict

    Nursing Home Offering Care for Elderly Drug Addict
    The Jewish Home Lifecare nursing home is starting a new program later this month geared towards patients suffering from both elderly ills and addiction issues. This unusual rehabilitation program is the first of its kind in the country.…
Rank this Week: 1708

California Nursing Home Abuse…

California Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Blog

Covers various nursing home abuse and elder neglect issues such as signs and symptoms of neglect, and California Elder Abuse and Neglect Law. By Walton Law Firm LLP.

http://www.nursinghomeabuselawyerblog.com/
  • Aug 27

    Medicare Star Ratings and Quality of Care

    Medicare Star Ratings and Quality of Care
    Five-Star Nursing Homes May Not the Best Indicator of Care Are Medicare star ratings good predictors for the quality of care at nursing homes?  According to a recent article in the New York Times, a facility with a five-star rating…
  • Aug 20

    Assisted Living Reforms Are Not Enough, Some Advocates Say

    Assisted Living Reforms Are Not Enough, Some Advocates Say
    Many of us have heard about assisted living facility reforms pending before the California legislature, as well as those aimed specifically at residential care facilities for the elderly (RCFEs).  But are those reforms sufficient to…
  • Aug 11

    California Needs a Tech Upgrade: Online Information and Assisting Living Facilitie

    California Needs a Tech Upgrade: Online Information and Assisting Living Facilitie
    It’s no secret that California assisted living facilities have been in the national news due to reports of nursing home abuse and neglect.  Indeed, over the last year, elder rights advocates have emphasized the need to make…
Rank this Week: 917

Western New York Elder Law Blog

Western New York Elder Law Blog

Covers New York estate planning, probate, elder law and health care issues. By Dutcher & Zatkowsky.

http://www.dutcher-zatkowsky.com
  • Aug 27

    When It Is Time For Your Parents To Move

    When It Is Time For Your Parents To Move
    Moving is stressful. But for an older person who may be forced to give up his or her home — and possibly independence — it can be downright traumatic. However, an article in the Wall Street Journal on line offered some tips on how…
  • Aug 20

    Williams and Hoffman: Trusts vs. Will

    Williams and Hoffman: Trusts vs. Will
    The recent deaths of celebrities Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Robin Williams illustrate the differences in using a will as opposed to trusts when making an estate plan. An article in Florida Today pointed out why trusts are likely better than…
  • Aug 13

    How To Choose Members Of Your Estate Plan Team

    How To Choose Members Of Your Estate Plan Team
    Everyone needs at least three estate planning documents. These include a power of attorney for health care, one for finances and a will. But how do you choose the people to name in your estate planning documents? An article in the Atlanta…
Rank this Week: 1570

Nursing Home Law Blog

Nursing Home Law Blog

Information relating to nursing homes and the care that they provide. By Stark & Stark.

http://nursinghomelaw.stark-stark.com/
  • Aug 27

    Extendicare Announces Significant 2014 Profit

    Extendicare Announces Significant 2014 Profit
    It is surprising to hear long term care push the fiction that Medicare and Medicaid don’t pay enough with profits like this. …
  • Aug 21

    Stark & Stark Spotlight on Continuing Care Retirement Communitie

    Stark & Stark Spotlight on Continuing Care Retirement Communitie
    Acquiring continuing care—in a community setting—requires a major financial investment by both the consumer and the provider. For the consumer, doing so may involve spending most or all of a lifetime of savings; and for the…
  • Aug 11

    A Call for Action to Address Abuse of Older American

    A Call for Action to Address Abuse of Older American
    Last month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a framework for tackling the challenges to elder-abuse prevention and prosecution. In doing so, the departments called on all…
Rank this Week: 1214

Northern California Center for…

Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law

Covers estate planning.

http://www.norcalplanners.com/blog/
  • Aug 27

    Wills and Trusts in California: They Work Hand in Hand

    Wills and Trusts in California: They Work Hand in Hand
    One of the more popular misconceptions about estate planning is that if you create the right tool, such as a revocable living trust, you don’t need to create other tools. While having any kind of estate planning tool in place is good,…
  • Aug 26

    Why You Need a Will and a Living Trust

    Why You Need a Will and a Living Trust
    Both a revocable living trust and a last will and testament are important pieces of every estate plan. Though estate plans also include other tools, living trusts and wills are essential because they both cover different areas. When people in…
  • Aug 25

    What Questions Should I Ask an Elder Law Attorney?

    What Questions Should I Ask an Elder Law Attorney?
    You should certainly discuss the future with an experienced and qualified elder law attorney if you want to be comprehensively prepared. There are legal matters that are very relevant to senior citizens, and you should be aware of the…
Rank this Week: 4465

Illinois Nursing Home Abuse…

Illinois Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Blog

Covers Illinois Nursing Home Abuse, news, updates and commentary. Published by Pintas & Mullins Law Firm.

http://www.illinoisnursinghomeabuselawyersblog.com/
  • Aug 26

    Medicare Star Ratings May Do More Harm Than Good

    Medicare Star Ratings May Do More Harm Than Good
    Choosing a nursing home for yourself or a loved one can be among the most decisions difficult of your life. In a culture increasingly dependent on the internet, Medicare's nursing home ranking website is exceedingly popular. There are more…
  • Aug 20

    Nursing Home Complaints Can Now be Submitted Online

    Nursing Home Complaints Can Now be Submitted Online
    Illinois Governor Quinn recently signed into law two pieces of legislation that will help nursing home residents voice concerns about their care. The first law, effective immediately, allows these complaints to be submitted electronically…
  • Aug 13

    Illinois Revokes License of Nursing Home Psychiatrist

    Illinois Revokes License of Nursing Home Psychiatrist
    A popular Chicago psychiatrist, Dr. Michael Reinstein, recently had his license suspended by the Illinois medical board due to his illegal prescribing of clozapine, an antipsychotic. He prescribed the dangerous drug to countless nursing home…
Rank this Week: 687

Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing Home Abuse

Features nursing home abuse updates, articles and resources. By McIver Brown Law Firm.

http://www.nursinghomeabuse.net/blog/
  • Aug 26

    Employee Charged With Nursing Home Abuse in Philadelphia

    Employee Charged With Nursing Home Abuse in Philadelphia
    A nursing home employee has been charged with neglect of a care dependent person and simple assault and released on unsecured bail in Philadelphia. 36-year-old Baindu Kromah from Philadelphia was caught on camera assaulting a…
  • Aug 20

    Two Male Nursing Home Nurses Accused of Elder Abuse Against Female Resident in San Diego

    Two Male Nursing Home Nurses Accused of Elder Abuse Against Female Resident in San Diego
    Two male nurses have been accused of elder abuse after being arrested for fondling each other while caring for a 99-year-old stroke victim at a facility in Mira Mesa, a San Diego California neighborhood.  Russel Torralba and Alfredo V.…
  • Aug 12

    Woman Charged With Elder Abuse After Biting Her Own Mother

    Woman Charged With Elder Abuse After Biting Her Own Mother
    A State College, Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to 60 days in prison and ordered to pay $11,000 in restitution after being found guilty of elder abuse charges against her own mother. 54-year-old Paula Zuchowski pleaded guilty to simple…
Rank this Week: 3943

Estate Law Canada

Estate Law Canada

Covers estate planning topics, trusts, probate, Enduring Powers of Attorney, health care directives, incapacity issues and elder law. By Lynne Butler.

http://estatelawcanada.blogspot.com/
  • Aug 26

    Great review of my book in the Toronto Sun.

    Great review of my book in the Toronto Sun.
    Alan Shanoff of the Toronto Sun recently reviewed my book, "How Executors Avoid Personal Liability". Check it out here if you have been wondering if this book is for you. The article didn't appear in the online version of the paper,…
  • Aug 22

    Caring for our loved ones who cannot look after themselves: RDSP

    Caring for our loved ones who cannot look after themselves: RDSP
    I came across this article by Paul Fawcett that is a great primer on who can use Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) and the advantages of having one of these plans. Click here to read Paul's article. I find RDSPs to a wonderful…
  • Aug 21

    As co-executor, am I responsible for the acts of a dishonest co-executor?

    As co-executor, am I responsible for the acts of a dishonest co-executor?
    If you think being an executor is tough, try being a co-executor with someone you don't like, or don't trust, or simply can't agree with. On top of the work and stress of the estate, you end up carrying the stress of dealing with that other…
Rank this Week: 228

Arkansas Legal Issues

Arkansas Legal Issues

By Wilson & Haubert, PLLC.

http://whlawoffices.com/little-rock-lawyer-arkansas-law-blog/
  • Aug 26

    What Does It Mean to be “Driving”?

    What Does It Mean to be “Driving”?
    This is the second post in our “Arkansas DWI Answers” series. (For the first post, go here.) Our goal with this series is simple: We want you to understand Arkansas DWI and DUI laws so that you can make informed decisions. (For…
  • Aug 23

    Estate Planning for a Patriarch

    Estate Planning for a Patriarch
    The concept of stewardship is at the heart of our estate planning practice here at Wilson & Haubert. When someone works hard for their stuff, we like for them to be able to keep it for as long as possible. And when they can’t keep…
  • Aug 21

    What Does it Mean to be “Intoxicated”?

    What Does it Mean to be “Intoxicated”?
    This is the first post in what we hope to be an ongoing (and informative!) series: Arkansas DWI Answers. As Arkansas DWI attorneys, our goal is simply to answer the most common questions about Arkansas DWI and DUI in plain English so you can…
Rank this Week: 4558

Arizona Senior Law Blog

Arizona Senior Law Blog

Covers topics like Arizona Medicaid, ALTCS, and estate planning. By Jackson White.

http://www.arizonaseniorlaw.com/news/
  • Aug 26

    ALTCS Enforces Travel Limitation

    ALTCS Enforces Travel Limitation
    Our latest Arizona Republic article in the weekly Aging and the Law column can be found below. Our column runs every Friday in select Arizona cities. Q: My husband and I live in Arizona, but most of our family lives out-of-state.  Like…
  • Aug 12

    Intersection on VA and ALTCS Planning

    Intersection on VA and ALTCS Planning
    Our latest Arizona Republic article in the weekly Aging and the Law column can be found below. Our column runs every Friday in select Arizona cities. Q: About two years ago, a financial advisor helped my parents devise a plan by which my dad,…
  • Aug 5

    ALTCS Qualification With Business Asset

    ALTCS Qualification With Business Asset
    Our latest Arizona Republic article in the weekly Aging and the Law column can be found below. Our column runs every Friday in select Arizona cities. Q: I have operated a family business for most of my life.  While things have slowed…
Rank this Week: 4651

Law Office of Andrew M. Lamkin,…

Law Office of Andrew M. Lamkin, P.C. Blog

Covers elder law.

http://lamkinelderlaw.com/articles/
  • Aug 26

    Elder Scam Artists – How to Beat Them at Their Own Game – Part 1

    Elder Scam Artists – How to Beat Them at Their Own Game – Part 1
    No matter what age, all people are somewhat vulnerable to expert scam artists. They prey on desires and fears, and try to trick people into giving them personal information. Most people, however, have a healthy enough dose of skepticism to…
  • Aug 19

    Deciding on a Retirement Plan

    Deciding on a Retirement Plan
    For those who are beginning to think about their financial futures, researching retirement plans can be a stressful and confusing process. However, with just a little research and the guidance of an advisor, starting a retirement plan can be…
  • Aug 12

    Why You Should Talk to Your Aging Parents about Money

    Why You Should Talk to Your Aging Parents about Money
    While the popular adage “silence is golden” often rings true, does it apply to the topic of parents’ elder care expenses, living costs, and healthcare? The Fidelity Intra-family Generational Finance Study has recently found…
Rank this Week: 4895

Law Office of Roy W. Litherland…

Law Office of Roy W. Litherland Blog

Covers estate planning, probate and living trusts.

http://www.attorneyoffice.com/blog/
  • Aug 26

    How Does Medicaid/Medi-Cal Apply to Married Couples?

    How Does Medicaid/Medi-Cal Apply to Married Couples?
    Medicaid is a jointly administered federal/state government health insurance program. It is designed as a safety net that provides health care insurance for people who can demonstrate significant financial need. In the state of California,…
  • Aug 21

    What Is a Letter of Final Instruction?

    What Is a Letter of Final Instruction?
    Estate planning is going to involve the execution of legally binding documents. In some of these documents you are communicating your wishes regarding the transfer of your assets. Communication is the operative word here. When you plan your…
  • Aug 19

    What Is an Irrevocable Trust?

    What Is an Irrevocable Trust?
    They say that you should use the right tool for the right job, and there are many different tools that can be used when you are planning your estate. The optimal course of action will vary depending on the circumstances. Trusts can be used to…
Rank this Week: 4443

Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP Blog

Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.nashbeanford.com/blog/
  • Aug 25

    Does Medicaid Pay for In-Home Care?

    Does Medicaid Pay for In-Home Care?
    Although science and medicine have come a long way in the last 100 years or so, none of the advances have found a way to halt the natural aging process. Therefore, the time will come, eventually, when you require assistance to get through the…
  • Aug 13

    What Is a Medicaid Waiver?

    What Is a Medicaid Waiver?
    Most people know very little about the Medicaid program – and what they think they know may be incorrect. For instance, did you know that although Medicaid does provide health insurance for low income individuals and families, it also…
  • Aug 11

    What Assets Are Left Outside of My Trust?

    What Assets Are Left Outside of My Trust?
    Not too long ago trusts were used primarily by wealthy families as a mechanism by which the family wealth could be transferred to future generations without losing complete control over how the assets were used. In the 21st century, however,…
Rank this Week: 4329