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New York Probate and Estate…

New York Probate and Estate Administration Blog

Published by Stephen Bilkis & Associates

http://www.newyorkprobateestateadministration.com/
  • Mar 27

    Are Inter Vivos Dispositions to the Widow Properly Includible in Decedent's Estate

    Are Inter Vivos Dispositions to the Widow Properly Includible in Decedent's Estate
    A Probate Lawyer said that, this is a proceeding by the executors pursuant to SCPA 1421 to determine the validity and effect of an election by the decedent's surviving spouse. The decedent executed a will on February 25, 1965 which has been…
  • Mar 26

    Petitioner Brings Suit for Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Legal Malpractice

    Petitioner Brings Suit for Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Legal Malpractice
    A Probate Lawyer said that, in an action, inter alia, to recover damages for breach of fiduciary duty and legal malpractice, the defendant appeals from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated June 21, 2005, which denied his motion…
  • Mar 25

    Executors Seek to Enforce Notice of Election

    Executors Seek to Enforce Notice of Election
    A Probate Lawyer said that, the executors seek a determination as to the validity and effect of the notice of election served and filed by the surviving spouse to take against testator's will. The will, dated August 1, 1960, was admitted to…
Rank this Week: 1109

Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof…

Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

By Gerry W. Beyer.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/trusts_estates_prof/
  • Mar 27

    Gurlitt Bequest Upheld By German Court

    Gurlitt Bequest Upheld By German Court
    A Munich court has struck down a legal challenge by a cousin of Cornelius Gurlitt who claimed that she should inherit works from his vast art collection. I have previously discussed that Mr. Gurlitt had bequeathed the works to the...
  • Mar 27

    Elder Abuse Investigator Sued Over Husband's Will

    Elder Abuse Investigator Sued Over Husband's Will
    A former Medford, Oregon police detective who specialized in investigating elder abuse has been accused of using her expertise to exploit the dementia of a Portland lawyer before his death last year. The daughter of Victor Calzaretta says…
  • Mar 27

    CLE on Domestic Asset Protection and Inter Vivos QTIP Trust

    CLE on Domestic Asset Protection and Inter Vivos QTIP Trust
    The American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law is holding an eCLE entitled, There’s No Place Like Home—Domestic Self-Settled Asset Protection Trusts and Inter Vivos QTIP Trusts: Why Do Them and Where To Go…
Rank this Week: 59

Illinois Estate Planning &…

Illinois Estate Planning & Elder Law Blog

Covers Illinois estate planning, real estate and trusts. By Wilson & Wilson.

http://www.illinoisestateplanningandelderlawblog.com/
  • Mar 27

    Duties of the Executor

    Duties of the Executor
    Your executor is the person who is responsible for distributing your assets after you die. Your Will specifies who you name as your executor. The following are some of the duties of an executor: • Locate Documents. The executor…
  • Mar 21

    QTIP Trust

    QTIP Trust
    Generally, to qualify for the marital deduction and avoid estate tax (imposed on estates with assets over $5.43 million in 2015) when you die, your property must pass to your spouse directly or in a trust where he has complete control over…
  • Mar 13

    Special Needs Trust

    Special Needs Trust
    A Special Needs Trust (a/k/a Supplemental Needs Trust) is set up to ensure that a disabled individual receives benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid, while also enjoying extras that provide for a good quality of life. A…
Rank this Week: 2174

Wealth Law Blog

Wealth Law Blog

Covers building, protecting and distributing wealth. By Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP.

http://samuelslaw.com/blog/
  • Mar 27

    “The Internet’s Own Boy” – Victoria Blachly to Speak on Panel

    “The Internet’s Own Boy” – Victoria Blachly to Speak on Panel
    Come listen to an intriguing panel discussion on digital rights, digital privacy, net neutrality and more. Special guests will include: - Stuart Kaplan, Emeritus Assoc. Prof. of Rhetoric & Media Studies, L&C College & Member, ACLU…
  • Feb 27

    The Link Event: Planning for – and Protecting – Your Digital Asset

    The Link Event: Planning for – and Protecting – Your Digital Asset
    Together with The Link, SYK Partner, Victoria Blachly is presenting on recent Oregon and national legislation regarding digital assets and how to plan accordingly. Do you have bank or investment account statements delivered to you online…
  • Feb 3

    Elder Financial Abuse and Escrow Agents – Proposed Oregon House Bill 2780 (HB 2780)

    Elder Financial Abuse and Escrow Agents – Proposed Oregon House Bill 2780 (HB 2780)
    Oregon’s recent House Bill 2780, sponsored by Rep. Julie Parrish of West Linn, seeks to diminish the potential for elder financial abuse by brokers with modifications to real estate regulations that govern property sales for older…
Rank this Week: 2823

Nevada Trust Reporter

Nevada Trust Reporter

Features commentary on trust law and asset protection. By Provident Trust Group, LLC.

http://blog.trustprovident.com/
  • Mar 27

    Wear Yellow for Seth

    Wear Yellow for Seth
    Word has been spreading fast about five-year-old Seth Lane who suffers from severe combined immunodeficiency disorder (SCID). Seth and his family decided to start a viral campaign urging people to wear yellow, Seth’s…
  • Mar 25

    Planning to Work in Retirement Isn’t Really a Plan

    Planning to Work in Retirement Isn’t Really a Plan
    Source: Nancy Anderson, Forbes These days, many Americans are looking at retirement differently — even to the point of dismissing it entirely and planning to work indefinitely. Unfortunately, they may be in for a rude awakening if…
  • Mar 20

    The Rise of Self-Directed IRA

    The Rise of Self-Directed IRA
    There is currently an explosion in the self-directed retirement industry. Following the financial downturn of the last decade, there has been a change in the way people view their investment assets. There is fear in the market for individual…
Rank this Week: 2762

New York Personal Injury Lawyer…

New York Personal Injury Lawyer Blog

Covers personal injury law. By the Law Offices of Stephen Bilkis & Associates.

http://www.newyorkinjurylawyer247blog.com/
  • Mar 27

    Plaintiffs oppose the instant motion

    Plaintiffs oppose the instant motion
    A Bronx Estate Litigation Lawyer said that, defendant moves seeking an Order granting him summary judgment over and against plaintiffs. Defendant avers that to the extent that plaintiffs did not sustain serious injuries, as defined by the…
  • Mar 26

    XX Bronx Park South, Bronx

    XX Bronx Park South, Bronx
    This is a personal injury action in which plaintiff alleges that he slipped and fell on the front steps of his apartment building, which is designated as XX Bronx Park South, Bronx, New York (the "building"). The building is owned and…
  • Mar 24

    According to the officer, the steps were more than just wet, there being a build-up of snow.

    According to the officer, the steps were more than just wet, there being a build-up of snow.
    This action involves a claim for damages arising out of personal injury suffered by plaintiff Mrs. DB as a result of the alleged negligence of defendant Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority (MABSTOA). At approximately 9:00…
Rank this Week: 866

Probate Litigation Attorney Blog

Probate Litigation Attorney Blog

Covers wills & trusts, probate and conservatorships. By Ginzburg & Bronshteyn LLP.

http://www.losangelesprobatelitigationattorneyblog.com/
  • Mar 27

    Lunch With the Probate Judges – 2015

    Lunch With the Probate Judges – 2015
    On March 24, 2015, the panel of Probate Judges discussed the current state of Probate Court in Los Angeles County and addressed questions and concerns submitted by members of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. Fortunately six probate judges…
  • Feb 20

    Conservators Can Petition the Court to Stop the Abuse of Elder or Dependent Adult

    Conservators Can Petition the Court to Stop the Abuse of Elder or Dependent Adult
    Firm partners, Alexander R. Ginzburg and Yasha Bronshteyn, attended the Elder Abuse Restraining Orders: Nuts, Bolts and Other Miscellany program which was presented on February 19, 2014, by the Los Angeles Bar Association-Trust…
  • Feb 2

    New California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act

    New California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act
      On January 20, 2015, Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, LLP partner, Yasha Bronshteyn, attended the New California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act: Protecting Conservatees from Multi-State Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse,  presented by…
Rank this Week: 3076

Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates,…

Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates, P.C. Blog

Covers Connecticut estate planning, probate and elder law.

http://www.preserveyourestate.net/blog/
  • Mar 27

    Problems With Joint Account

    Problems With Joint Account
    Sitting down with a probate or trust lawyer to draw up a Last Will or a revocable living trust is the wise course of action when you are thinking about the future, even if your situation is relatively straightforward. If you assume that you…
  • Mar 25

    Consumer Reports Advises Against DIY Estate Planning

    Consumer Reports Advises Against DIY Estate Planning
    Can you simply draw up your Last Will with the assistance of some type of do-it-yourself download or fill-in-the-blanks worksheet? The answer is that you can do it if you want to but the result may not be a very positive one. This is not just…
  • Mar 24

    Medicaid Planning FAQs: Should I Give My Child My Home?

    Medicaid Planning FAQs: Should I Give My Child My Home?
    Medicaid planning may well enter the picture when you are making plans for the eventualities of aging. When you hear the above statement, you may scratch her head at first. Medicaid is a health insurance program for people with virtually no…
Rank this Week: 2602

The Virtual Attorney Blog

The Virtual Attorney Blog

Covers estate planning and business law. By Michael Brennan.

http://thevirtualattorney.com/blog
  • Mar 27

    An Interview with Financial Planner Brian Plain

    An Interview with Financial Planner Brian Plain
    As any estate planning attorney will attest to, financial planners are some of our strongest allies when we work to help clients ensure that their futures and families are well taken care of. But, not all advisors are alike. Some charge flat…
  • Mar 11

    Brian Plain CFP | The Alternative Advisor Podcast

    Brian Plain CFP | The Alternative Advisor Podcast
    As an estate planning attorney, I find myself working with clients to protect certain aspects of their financial life at a very high level, meaning, that while we work together to establish the framework that ensures the client and his or her…
  • Feb 9

    Safekeeping Estate Planning Document

    Safekeeping Estate Planning Document
    Drafting a complete estate plan can give a person peace of mind in the assurance that he and his loved ones will be taken care of should disability or death come knocking. One of the most common questions I get as an estate planning attorney…
Rank this Week: 3020

Sanders Law Firm Blog

Sanders Law Firm Blog

Covers North Carolina law.

http://www.kirksanderslaw.com/blog
  • Mar 27

    Lawyer Weekly: Bill to Repeal Map Act NC

    Lawyer Weekly: Bill to Repeal Map Act NC
    Tags: Map Act NCinverse condemnation attorney NCRepublican lawmakers are working on House Bill 183 to repeal the controversial Map Act. (see link below to Lawyers Weekly article) The Map Act saves the NC Department of Transportation…
  • Mar 27

    Inverse Condemnation NC- Greensboro Urban Loop

    Inverse Condemnation NC- Greensboro Urban Loop
    Tags: greensboro urban loopinverse condemnation NCArticle discussing recent lawsuit by 3 Guilford County owners against the NC DOT Website for www.takingland.com: http://takingland.com/greensboro-urban-loop-inverse-condemnation/
  • Mar 24

    Independent Contractor or Employee Test

    Independent Contractor or Employee Test
    Tags: IRS Independent Contractor TestCorporate attorney North CarolinaMany times employers ask whether they need to declare a person an independent contractor or an employee. The IRS has a test to help with that. Employers need to use…
Rank this Week: 3567

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/
  • Mar 27

    Trusts Are Only for the Rich, Right? Wrong!

    Trusts Are Only for the Rich, Right? Wrong!
    Trusts can be a very helpful estate planning tool no matter what your financial status.
  • Mar 25

    Get the 411 on Roth IRA

    Get the 411 on Roth IRA
    Consider whether a Roth IRA is right for you and seek advice from experienced financial advisors and estate planning attorneys.
  • Mar 23

    Providing for Your Heirs, Regardless of Your Pocketbook Size

    Providing for Your Heirs, Regardless of Your Pocketbook Size
    There are many ways one can pass assets to their children, but you should seek advice and consider all options before finalizing a plan.
Rank this Week: 1381

Purcell & Amen, L.L.C. Blog

Purcell & Amen, L.L.C. Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://yourestatematters.com/blog/
  • Mar 27

    Must a Third Party Honor a Power of Attorney in Missouri?

    Must a Third Party Honor a Power of Attorney in Missouri?
    A power of attorney is one of the most commonly used legal documents in large part because almost everyone has need for one at some point. Not only is it likely that you will create power of attorney, or POA, at some point in your life but…
  • Mar 25

    What Should You Do If You Have a Bare-Bones Trust?

    What Should You Do If You Have a Bare-Bones Trust?
    Unfortunately, not all estate planning tools are created equal. “Bare-bones” documents, for example, frequently do not accomplish what they were intended to accomplish. Worse still, they can actually have a costly negative impact…
  • Mar 24

    How Can I Protect My Spouse When Applying for Medicaid?

    How Can I Protect My Spouse When Applying for Medicaid?
    Unless you are fortunate enough to be able to pay out of pocket, during your retirement years there is good chance that you will need to qualify for Medicaid benefits to help cover the high cost of long-term care. You may have heard stories…
Rank this Week: 2556

Kansas & Missouri Estate Planning

Kansas & Missouri Estate Planning

Covers estate planning, elder law, asset protection, charitable giving, and business law. By Kyle E. Krull.

http://blog.kylekrull.com/kansas-missouri-estate-planning/
  • Mar 27

    Inter Vivos* Giving Benefits Giver

    Inter Vivos* Giving Benefits Giver
    If you are giving while you are living, then you are knowing where it is going.
  • Mar 26

    Perpetual Posting* Pertaining to Perpetuities?

    Perpetual Posting* Pertaining to Perpetuities?
    It appears another state is looking to bag its "Rule Against Perpetuities" limiting the number of years assets may be held in trust. Legislation is awaiting the signature of Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant. The vote in the House…
  • Mar 25

    Medicaid - Providing for the "Community Spouse"

    Medicaid - Providing for the "Community Spouse"
    When one spouse is in a nursing home, he or she is referred to as the "institutional" spouse in Medicaid-speak. The other spouse, the one who remains at home is referred to as the "community" spouse. Naturally, the primary…
Rank this Week: 1397

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/
  • Mar 27

    Idaho Elder Law - Veterans Benefits Planning

    Idaho Elder Law - Veterans Benefits Planning
    A veteran must first meet certain wartime service and discharge requirements before being considered for any type of pension benefit. Additionally, a surviving spouse must meet certain marriage requirements to the qualified veteran.
  • Mar 26

    Idaho Estate Planning - Mistakes to Avoid in Planning for Retirement

    Idaho Estate Planning - Mistakes to Avoid in Planning for Retirement
    Experts say that the right retirement plan involves timing and opportunity. But nobody’s perfect. We all are apt to make a mistake, but we can usually make things right.
  • Mar 25

    Idaho Estate Planning - Many Benefits of Charitable Giving

    Idaho Estate Planning - Many Benefits of Charitable Giving
    There a few factors that come into play when creating a giving plan. Donors need to consider the pros and cons tax-wise of donating various types of property—and also the manner and timing of the gift.
Rank this Week: 1316

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/
  • Mar 27

    Bills Would Authorize ABLE Accounts in Pennsylvania

    Bills Would Authorize ABLE Accounts in Pennsylvania
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  • Mar 24

    The Big 4 Legal Documents for Older Adult

    The Big 4 Legal Documents for Older Adult
    Listed below are four important legal documents that older adults should have. #1, #2 and #3 are needed by all; #4 is optional depending on your specific circumstances. 1. A Power of Attorney for Financial Matters, where you name a trusted…
  • Mar 17

    IRS Issues ABLE Act Clarification

    IRS Issues ABLE Act Clarification
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Rank this Week: 1596

Northern California Center for…

Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law

Covers estate planning.

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

    Is There a Medi-cal Asset Limit in Northern California

    Is There a Medi-cal Asset Limit in Northern California
    Is There a Medi-cal Asset Limit in Northern California from Timothy Murphy This is a health insurance program that is jointly administered by the federal government along with each state government. Learn more about medi-cal asset limit in…
  • Mar 24

    How Do Elder Law Attorneys Charge?

    How Do Elder Law Attorneys Charge?
    Sometimes you make a relatively small investment in the present so that you can save a great deal of money in the future. This is a dynamic that enters the picture when you are looking at the value of a consultation with an elder law…
  • Mar 23

    Why Would Someone Avoid Probate?

    Why Would Someone Avoid Probate?
    There is a legal process called probate that will often enter the picture when an estate is being administered. Generally speaking, property that is in your direct personal possession when you pass away would be looked upon as probate…
Rank this Week: 1629

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/
  • Mar 27

    Families in Turmoil over Alzheimer’s Care–Glen Campbell

    Families in Turmoil over Alzheimer’s Care–Glen Campbell
    Imagine this scenario: You have a loved one who has dementia and needs more care than you can provide
  • Mar 26

    Do I Need to Have Pet Insurance?

    Do I Need to Have Pet Insurance?
    You include life insurance in your estate planning, so why not include pet insurance in your pet plan?  There are many ways create your pet plan, including trusts or pet care agreements.  In addition to those tools, you can also…
  • Mar 23

    When to Start Retirement Planning

    When to Start Retirement Planning
    No matter your age, if you are working, it’s time to start retirement planning now.  You must have a plan, because retirement does not happen all on its own.  When to start retirement planning can be tricky, though.  All…
Rank this Week: 3263

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/
  • Mar 27

    The Advantages and Disadvatages of Nevada Pet Trust

    The Advantages and Disadvatages of Nevada Pet Trust
    The Advantages and Disadvantages of Nevada Pet Trusts from Brad Anderson When it is time to start planning for the care of your pet after your death, you have several estate planning options, ranging from provisions in your will, to a…
  • Mar 25

    When Can I Access My IRA?

    When Can I Access My IRA?
    Technically speaking, you can take money out of your IRA at any time.  The real question is, whether you want to pay a penalty or not.  The government discourages us from raiding our IRAs until we reach retirement age, since an IRA…
  • Feb 24

    Free Report: Status of Same-Sex Marriage in the United State

    Free Report: Status of Same-Sex Marriage in the United State
    Now,at the beginning of a new year, it is worth reviewing the status of same-sex marriage in our country. Topics covered in this whitepaper include: States that Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage The Law Remains Limbo in Some States What are Some…
Rank this Week: 4802

German Law Group Blog

German Law Group Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.germanlawgroup.com/
  • Mar 27

    Free Report: Why Would I Want a Revocable Living Trust in North Dakota

    Free Report: Why Would I Want a Revocable Living Trust in North Dakota
    You may assume that trusts are only of value to people who are extremely wealthy. While it is true that wealthy people do use certain types of trusts, there is a trust “for the rest of us” called a revocable living trust. Topics…
  • Mar 26

    Why Would Someone Avoid Probate?

    Why Would Someone Avoid Probate?
    Before we explain why someone may want to avoid probate, we should provide a basic explanation of the process itself. Probate by definition is official proving of a will or determining it’s validity. The probate court will supervise the…
  • Mar 24

    Free Report: Should I Have a Durable Power of Attorney in North Dakota

    Free Report: Should I Have a Durable Power of Attorney in North Dakota
    The “durable” designation is significant. A standard power of attorney that is not durable would not remain in effect if the grantor of the power was to become incapacitated at some point in time. Topics covered in this report…
Rank this Week: 3218

American Academy of Estate…

American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys Blog

Provides legal marketing and estate planning legal updates.

http://www.aaepa.com/articles/
  • Mar 27

    Getting Your Sales Team Tournament Ready

    Getting Your Sales Team Tournament Ready
    It’s basketball time in Kentucky!  The March mess of snow and ugly weather has been replaced with the spreading March Madness mindset that sweeps across our state each spring. Seemingly sane people who catch the fever show symptoms…
  • Mar 25

    Life Insurance Trusts and Fiduciary Dutie

    Life Insurance Trusts and Fiduciary Dutie
    Sometimes, an attorney, advisor, or other person close to the client serves as the trustee of an irrevocable life insurance trust (“ILIT”). This seems simple enough. The client contributes money and the trustee sends Crummey…
  • Mar 23

    Reach Beyond the Transaction – Build Relationship Capital Instead

    Reach Beyond the Transaction – Build Relationship Capital Instead
    Relationships are the most valuable assets an attorney can possess. You don’t agree? Regardless of how large or small your practice is, how much revenue you generate, or how superior your products and services are, it won’t make…
Rank this Week: 1949

North Carolina Estate Planning…

North Carolina Estate Planning Blog

Covers legal issues relating to wealth transfer, asset preservation, probate, and taxation. By Greg Herman-Giddens of Trust Counsel, P.A.

http://www.ncestateplanningblog.com/
  • Mar 27

    Downsides of Do-It-Yourself Powers of Attorney

    Downsides of Do-It-Yourself Powers of Attorney
    Powers of attorney are powerful documents that grant another individual broad rights over medical and financial decisions. Such an important power should involve careful planning. Ready-made legal forms found online, software programs with…
  • Mar 25

    Beneficiary Designation Reminder

    Beneficiary Designation Reminder
    Beneficiary designation forms are an important way for account and asset owners to ensure the respective assets pass to the individuals of their choosing. Mistakes with beneficiary designations could result in serious loss – the…
  • Mar 23

    Creditor Claims Against Decedents in North Carolina

    Creditor Claims Against Decedents in North Carolina
    One of the many responsibilities executors have is ensuring that the decedent’s debts are satisfied. Creditor claims against estates in North Carolina generally fall into categories of priority. The North Carolina Administrative Office…
Rank this Week: 1141

Toronto Estate Law Blog

Toronto Estate Law Blog

Covers estate litigation, ethics, executors & trustees, succession planning and wills. Includes podcasts on estate and succession planning. By Hull & Hull.

http://estatelaw.hullandhull.com/
  • Mar 27

    Contestation of Claims Against an Estate

    Contestation of Claims Against an Estate
    Where an estate trustee becomes aware of a potential claim against the estate, but no claim has yet been commenced, it can be difficult to decide how to proceed.  Sections 44 and 45 of the Estates Act contain a seldom used procedure that…
  • Mar 26

    Trustees, Estate Trustees, and Adminstratrices – A Disambiguation

    Trustees, Estate Trustees, and Adminstratrices – A Disambiguation
    Just what to call the person administering an estate in Ontario can be somewhat confusing.  A number of terms have been used over the years.  The same person can be referred to in a number of different ways by different pieces of…
  • Mar 25

    The Two Types of Domicile

    The Two Types of Domicile
    Through the use of modern technology and communication, the world is shrinking every day. We are seeing an influx of foreign residents living and owning property situated in Canada and the reverse is also common. For the purposes of estate…
Rank this Week: 344

California Probate and Estate…

California Probate and Estate Planning Blog

Covers California probate and estate planning including law changes, legal strategies, and detailed descriptions of the options available. By Meissner, Joseph & Palley, Inc.

http://www.californiaprobate.info/blog
  • Mar 26

    Coach Dean Smith leaves a small legacy… what will you do?

    Coach Dean Smith leaves a small legacy… what will you do?
    As an estate planning attorney I help clients plan the legacy they will leave. Often it’s simple such as “I leave everything to my children….”  Other times it’s a gift to an old friend, a church, or other…
  • Mar 11

    Best nursing homes in Sacramento

    Best nursing homes in Sacramento
    I just saw this article at US News rating the best nursing homes in Sacramento. Good list to consider for your loved ones. Here’s the link.
  • Mar 11

    Best nursing homes in Sacramento

    Best nursing homes in Sacramento
    I just saw this article at US News rating the best nursing homes in Sacramento. Good list to consider for your loved ones. Here’s the link. The post Best nursing homes in Sacramento appeared first on California Probate Attorney.
Rank this Week: 1180

Connecticut Estate Planning…

Connecticut Estate Planning Attorneys Blog

Covers estate planning. By CzepigaDalyPope LLC.

http://www.connecticutestateplanningattorneysblog.com/
  • Mar 26

    How the ABLE Act Will Help People with Disabilitie

    How the ABLE Act Will Help People with Disabilitie
    Legislators recently passed the federal Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE), which would allow individuals with disabilities or their families to open savings accounts, with no tax on the earnings, to pay for certain qualified…
  • Mar 26

    Why Changing Beneficiaries is Important

    Why Changing Beneficiaries is Important
    Do you know right now, without looking, who your beneficiaries are in your Will, life insurance or 401K? With good intentions and operating on the best information we have at the time, we make important estate planning decisions about who…
  • Mar 19

    10 Waiver Programs in Connecticut that Can Help You Stay Out of a Nursing Home

    10 Waiver Programs in Connecticut that Can Help You Stay Out of a Nursing Home
    By Claudia W. Englisby What is a waiver program, and what exactly is being waived? Connecticut provides supports to eligible individuals in community-based settings through special programs called Connecticut Medicaid waivers. What’s…
Rank this Week: 4091

NFA Gun Trust Lawyer Blog

NFA Gun Trust Lawyer Blog

Covers Class III weapons topics for all of the 50 states. By Law Office of David M. Goldman PLLC.

http://www.guntrustlawyer.com/
  • Mar 26

    Can a Gun Trust have an FFL?

    Can a Gun Trust have an FFL?
    We often get asked questions about how and if a Gun Trust or another type of trust can own or obtain an FFL or C&R license.  A Trust is not a person under the GCA of 1968 and as such a Trust may not apply for or receive an FFL or…
  • Mar 25

    Hunting with Suppressors in Ohio now legal

    Hunting with Suppressors in Ohio now legal
    On March 23rd, Ohio repealed the prohibition on the use of legally possessed suppressors while hunting.  Ohio has become the 35th state to permit hunters to use legally possessed suppressors while hunting.  IN 2014 Alabama, Florida,…
  • Mar 25

    Invalid Gun Trust

    Invalid Gun Trust
    ATF has a history of approving Form 4 transfers to invalid trusts.  Today,  I received another example of an invalid trust that ATF had already approved a transfer for a suppressor.  As more people are learning about gun trust…
Rank this Week: 2898

Parman & Easterday Blog

Parman & Easterday Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.parmanlaw.com/blog/
  • Mar 26

    Your Beneficiaries Should Beware Probate… Even When Your Estate Plan is Perfect

    Your Beneficiaries Should Beware Probate… Even When Your Estate Plan is Perfect
    You may have set up your estate plan correctly and taken care of it throughout your lifetime, but your beneficiaries may still experience the perils of probate. Listen in on this short case study (1:46) as we review the challenges your…
  • Mar 19

    Reviewing Your Digital Asset

    Reviewing Your Digital Asset
    Now that the holidays are over and the new year has begun, you might have already started using your new digital assets. If you received a new cell phone, computer, tablet, or any other piece of communications or digital technology, you might…
  • Mar 17

    Using Springing or Non-Springing Powers of Attorney

    Using Springing or Non-Springing Powers of Attorney
    A lot of people who talk to us about creating estate plans have questions about springing or non-springing powers of attorney. Almost every estate plan that people create in Kansas and Oklahoma will include one or more powers of attorney, but…
Rank this Week: 3140

Givner & Kaye Blog

Givner & Kaye Blog

Covers estate and tax planning.

http://www.givnerkaye.com/blog/
  • Mar 26

    IRS Drops Penalty Against Marijuana Company For Not Filing Electronically

    IRS Drops Penalty Against Marijuana Company For Not Filing Electronically
    In a settlement reached with the Internal Revenue Service, a Colorado medical marijuana dispensary will not have to pay a penalty for failing to pay certain taxes electronically. The dispensary, Allgreens LLC, failed to pay employee…
  • Mar 5

    IRS Declines to Further Define “Willful” vs. “Non-Willful”

    IRS Declines to Further Define “Willful” vs. “Non-Willful”
    During a February 24 webcast hosted by the American Bar Association, an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official declined to provide further definition on “willful” versus “non-willful” behavior for taxpayers hoping to…
  • Feb 26

    Protect Your Assets with a Private Retirement Plan

    Protect Your Assets with a Private Retirement Plan
    The following post was taken from our February 2015 newsletter. Click here to subscribe to our monthly newsletter. Most people will not spend a penny today to put a hurdle between their valuable assets and some currently unknown, but…
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Crider Law P.C. Blog

Crider Law P.C. Blog

Covers elder law, estate planning and family law.

http://www.criderlaw.net/blog/
  • Mar 26

    The Biggest Estate Planning Mistake

    The Biggest Estate Planning Mistake
    Everyone knows an estate plan is a good idea, but too few actually follow through on one. Even then, people who think they’ve dotted every “i” and crossed every “t” still make critical errors that will cause…
  • Mar 19

    Things You Should Have in a Secure Location When You Die

    Things You Should Have in a Secure Location When You Die
    Most people hear “end-of-life plan” and imagine a will, perhaps a trust, maybe even healthcare directives and a power of attorney. Certainly, those are all crucial documents that everyone should have in place. But there are…
  • Mar 12

    How to Choose the Right Agent for Your California Estate Plan

    How to Choose the Right Agent for Your California Estate Plan
    An estate plan is as much of a contingency arrangement as an inheritance mechanism. We all hope to live long lives free of catastrophe or disease, but it would be irresponsible to discount the “what-if”s altogether. View image |…
Rank this Week: 870

California Trust, Estate & Probate…

California Trust, Estate & Probate Litigation

Covers estate planning, probate, trusts and wills. By Albertson & Davidson LLP.

http://www.californiatrustestateandprobatelitigation.com
  • Mar 26

    Promises, Promises…Can You Enforce a Promise to Leave You Property in a California Will?

    Promises, Promises…Can You Enforce a Promise to Leave You Property in a California Will?
    Ever have someone make you a promise?  How about a promise to leave you property after they die, if only you take care of them while they are alive?  That can be a good deal, or a terrible deal when the person making the promise…
  • Mar 19

    Top 10 Things Every Will Beneficiary Must Know!

    Top 10 Things Every Will Beneficiary Must Know!
    If you are the beneficiary of a California Will, there’s a few things you need to know in order to understand and protect your rights.  Here’s  the Top 10 things you must know as a Will Beneficiary: 1.  The Last…
  • Mar 12

    The Four Factors For California Financial Elder Abuse

    The Four Factors For California Financial Elder Abuse
    Financial elder abuse in California is become more commonplace with our aging population.  In California, there are laws that are meant to protect the physical and financial wellbeing of seniors.  In this video, Stewart Albertson…
Rank this Week: 1323

Kentucky Estate, Probate and Tax…

Kentucky Estate, Probate and Tax Law Blog

Covers estate planning and tax law. By English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley LLP.

http://www.mykentuckyestateattorney.com/
  • Mar 26

    Six Things to Do When You Have a Child

    Six Things to Do When You Have a Child
    Having a child can be exciting (and stressful).  Probably the last thing you might think to do when having a child is to update an estate plan, but it’s absolutely necessary.  Here are 6 things to consider when you have a…
  • Mar 23

    Protecting your home from creditors while you’re still living

    Protecting your home from creditors while you’re still living
    Many elderly clients feel the need (and rightfully so) to plan for the protection of their home from creditors, including government interests, during their elder years and after their death. It is too often forgotten the planning tools…
  • Mar 19

    Tips from a Kentucky estate lawyer: how to pass on memorabilia and collections in your estate

    Tips from a Kentucky estate lawyer: how to pass on memorabilia and collections in your estate
    Many people collect all kinds of things, and these collections come to hold tremendous sentimental and in some cases monetary value. As people age, they begin to think about who they would like to have certain items or entire collections, and…
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New Jersey Estate Planning Center…

New Jersey Estate Planning Center Blog

Covers New Jersey estate planning. By Media Law Group.

http://www.jerseyestateplanning.com/blog/
  • Mar 26

    Why New Jersey’s “Death Tax” Could Soon Die

    Why New Jersey’s “Death Tax” Could Soon Die
    Compared to other places in the country, New Jersey’s estate tax is kind of a killer. In fact, ours is one of only two states still assessing not only an estate tax on the deceased person’s assets but also an … Continue…
  • Mar 19

    Rutgers Launches a Hotline to Help Dementia Caregivers in New Jersey

    Rutgers Launches a Hotline to Help Dementia Caregivers in New Jersey
    Life as a caregiver is tough — especially if you aren’t being paid for it. View image | gettyimages.com Studies show that the majority of America’s healthcare providers are gratuitous. That means they are uncompensated…
  • Mar 16

    Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust

    Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust
    Often clients come into my office asking what is the difference between a revocable and irrevocable trust. It seems simple – one is changeable and one is not, right? Well, not so fast.  Let’s start with the easy one —…
Rank this Week: 4591

The Zimmer Law Firm

The Zimmer Law Firm

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

http://www.zimmerlawfirm.com/blog/
  • Mar 26

    Estate Planning Lesson from Hollywood: Pet Trust

    Estate Planning Lesson from Hollywood: Pet Trust
    When James Gandolfini passed away in 2013, we saw from a distance the problems his estate created; specifically, we saw the enormous taxes that were due because of his choices. Last year, again, we saw shortcomings in Robin…
  • Mar 24

    PreNuptials and Estate Planning

    PreNuptials and Estate Planning
    Many assume prenuptial agreements that brides or grooms sign has to do with the immediate assets one or the other owns, but more often, families are insisting their daughter or son protect the family business prior to a walk down the aisle.…
  • Mar 18

    Same Sex Couples & Estate Planning

    Same Sex Couples &amp; Estate Planning
    Estate planning is important for all people of all ages and all marital statuses, but it is an absolute must for gay couples. As most people are aware, same sex marriages are not recognized in most states in America, but that has changed…
Rank this Week: 3000

Bingham Greenebaum Doll Blog

Bingham Greenebaum Doll Blog

Covers Indiana law.

http://www.bgdlegal.com/blog/
  • Mar 26

    We Have Videotaped Proof! Can We Discharge Him Now?

    We Have Videotaped Proof! Can We Discharge Him Now?
    How much proof is enough to avoid liability/litigation? This question haunts many employers who may be frustrated by employees skipping work or abusing leaves of absence. In a recent case, an employer had a videotape of an employee tending to…
  • Mar 17

    Constitutional Limitations on State and Local Taxation

    Constitutional Limitations on State and Local Taxation
    Many attorneys will never come across a constitutional law issue in their entire career practicing law. Indeed, many attorneys may have actively avoided any involvement with constitutional law since studying for the bar exam. However, for…
  • Mar 10

    IDEM Offers Electronic Filing Incentive

    IDEM Offers Electronic Filing Incentive
    The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) hopes to spur electronic filing by offering an attractive incentive to Indiana certified wastewater operators who are first-time users of NetDMR, a web-based system for filing…
Rank this Week: 3166

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/
  • Mar 26

    Many employers provide back-up elder care

    Many employers provide back-up elder care
    Hundreds of New York employers provide back-up elder care, designed to help employees stay at work when an unexpected problem arises with elder care. Employees who have registered for back-up elder care can call a care organization when they…
  • Mar 23

    How your life insurance policy can pay for long-term care expense

    How your life insurance policy can pay for long-term care expense
    A number of companies, such as Life Care Funding, will purchase a senior’s life insurance policy from him or her. In exchange, the company provides a portion of the face value of the policy to individuals facing high long-term care…
  • Jan 23

    Study supports doctor-led approach to end-of-life care planning

    Study supports doctor-led approach to end-of-life care planning
    The end of a person’s life is a time of intense transition and difficult choices. Although nothing can fully prepare an individual or a family for the gravity of the decisions that need to be made, end-of-life care planning can help…
Rank this Week: 4066

Kuhn and Kuhn Law Firm Blog

Kuhn and Kuhn Law Firm Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.kuhnandkuhn.com/blog/
  • Mar 26

    What Is an Executor?

    What Is an Executor?
    Whether because you are creating your own estate or because someone else has named you as one, you will undoubtedly need to know what an Executor is and what the duties and responsibilities that go along with the position are. All too often…
  • Mar 24

    What Are the Grounds for Divorce in South Carolina?

    What Are the Grounds for Divorce in South Carolina?
    If you have made the difficult decision to end your marriage and you are a resident of the State of South Carolina you will need to decide on what grounds you plan to petition for divorce. Although many states allow a couple to obtain a…
  • Mar 19

    What Is A Confidential Intermediary?

    What Is A Confidential Intermediary?
    In a traditional adoption the identity of other members of the triad is not known to members of the triad. This has come to be known as a “closed adoption”. In more recent times, open adoptions, where members of the triad do know…
Rank this Week: 2300

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/
  • Mar 26

    What Qualities Should I Look for in an Executor?

    What Qualities Should I Look for in an Executor?
    When you think about the process of estate planning, the execution of documents will probably come to mind. This is a large part of the endeavor to be sure, but someone must follow the instructions that you leave behind in these documents. If…
  • Mar 24

    Elder Care FAQS: How Common is Alzheimer’s Disease?

    Elder Care FAQS: How Common is Alzheimer’s Disease?
    Elder care law firms help people who are serious about preparing for the eventualities of aging. Pragmatism is key, and you have to confront some circumstances that can be quite challenging if you want to be optimally prepared.…
  • Mar 19

    Can I Take Back Assets in Medi-cal Trust?

    Can I Take Back Assets in Medi-cal Trust?
    Can I Take Back Assets in Medi-cal Trust? from Roy W. Litherland As a result, many seniors who were never financially needy seek Medi-Cal eligibility.  Learn more about Assets in Medi-cal Trust in this presentation. The post Can I Take…
Rank this Week: 1639

Mendel Law Firm Blog

Mendel Law Firm Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.mendellawfirm.com/blog/
  • Mar 25

    Thought for the Day:

    Thought for the Day:
    You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice. Bob Marley
  • Mar 25

    What Happens to Your Digital Assets When You Die?

    What Happens to Your Digital Assets When You Die?
    Your first question may actually be “What digital assets?” You probably have more than you realize. Do you bank over the internet? Do you send e-mails? Do you have a website or blog? Do you chat with friends and family over…
  • Mar 24

    Texas History – Do You Know the Spanish Explorer Who Mapped the Coastline of Texas?

    Texas History – Do You Know the Spanish Explorer Who Mapped the Coastline of Texas?
    Alonso Alvarez de Pineda was the Spanish explorer who first mapped the coastline of Texas. Alvarez de Pineda left Jamaica in early 1519 and sailed west to follow the northern coastline of the Gulf. He sailed west from the Florida Keys to hug…
Rank this Week: 2022

Florida Probate Blog -…

Florida Probate Blog - WeProbateFlorida.com

Covers Florida probate administration. By Long H. Duong.

http://weprobateflorida.com
  • Mar 25

    Caution: “Probate Paralegals” on Craigslist

    Caution: “Probate Paralegals” on Craigslist
    Yesterday, I received what was otherwise a routine call about a potential probate case: The caller told me she had hired a “probate paralegal” to prepare the paperwork that she, the caller, would then file the case herself. She…
  • Mar 3

    Got Letters of Administration! What now?

    Got Letters of Administration! What now?
    This is a followup to my previous post on starting Probate in Florida, specifically Formal Administration. The initial push in probate is dedicated to convincing the judge to appoint you as the personal representative (PR) and then issuing…
  • Feb 19

    How to Start Probate in Florida

    How to Start Probate in Florida
    Florida Probate administration can be relatively hassle-free with the right guidance and representation. It’s easy enough to say “hire an attorney” and frankly, it’s almost always your only choice. But, there’s…
Rank this Week: 3672

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/
  • Mar 25

    New Societies Act Introduced in British Columbia Legislative Assembly

    New Societies Act Introduced in British Columbia Legislative Assembly
    The Government has introduced a new Societies Act in the Legislative Assembly. Bill 24 incorporates many of the recommendations made by the British Columbia Law Institute's Report on Proposals For a New Society Act, which can read here.
  • Mar 3

    Court of Appeal Dismisses Appeal in Bentley v. Maplewood Seniors Care Society

    Court of Appeal Dismisses Appeal in Bentley v. Maplewood Seniors Care Society
    In reasons for judgment released today in Bentley v.Maplewood Seniors Care Society, 2015 BCCA 91, The British Columbia Court of Appeal has upheld Mr. Justice Greyell’s decision dismissing a petition brought by Margaret Anne…
  • Mar 1

    Restrictions on Who May File a Notice of Dispute

    Restrictions on Who May File a Notice of Dispute
    One of the changes made to British Columbia’s rules governing probate procedures that came into effect on March 31, 2014, was the replacement of caveats with notices of dispute. One of the main purposes of both caveats under the former…
Rank this Week: 895

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
  • Mar 25

    The Achieving A Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act

    The Achieving A Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act
    Late last year President Obama signed the Achieving A Better Life Experience ("ABLE") Act into law. In essence, the ABLE Act can allow individuals with qualifying disabilities or their families to set aside funds for education, housing and…
  • Feb 13

    Facebook & Estate Planning

    Facebook &amp; Estate Planning
    Facebook recently announced a limited digital estate planning functionality, called Facebook Legacy Contacts, associated with Facebook accounts: Today we’re introducing a new feature that lets people choose a legacy contact—a…
  • Jan 5

    Selling a Business: Stock Sale v. Asset Sale

    Selling a Business: Stock Sale v. Asset Sale
    When a business is sold, the actual sale often occurs via one of two forms, either as a stock sale or as an asset sale. In general, sellers often prefer stock sales while buyers often prefer asset sales. Although the considerations associated…
Rank this Week: 2394

Estate Planning in California

Estate Planning in California

By the Law Offices of Shahram Miri, Inc.

http://calestateplanning.blogspot.com/
  • Mar 25

    Ukkestad v. RBS Asset Finance, Inc. - Heggstad Petition

    Ukkestad v. RBS Asset Finance, Inc. - Heggstad Petition
    A Heggstad petition is a commonly filed probate petition in California. The petition is filed under Probate Code § 850. The purpose of the Heggstad petition is to obtain a court order confirming that a particular piece of…
  • Mar 19

    Executor of a Will (Letters Testamentary)

    Executor of a Will (Letters Testamentary)
    A statement I commonly hear, albeit erroneous, is where a person mentions that a relative or friend passed away and they are now the executor after reading their will. However, this hypothetical person is misinformed in terms of California…
  • Mar 11

    Birth dates in a Testamentary Document

    Birth dates in a Testamentary Document
    A common provision in a parent's testamentary document, i.e. a trust or will, is the birth dates of their children. This causes many parents to ask, why should I list the birth dates of my children in a testamentary document? The answer is…
Rank this Week: 1310

Long Island Estate Planning…

Long Island Estate Planning Questions & Answers

Covers estate planning, probate, wills, trusts, and guardianships. By Albert Gurevich.

http://longislandestatesattorney.com/faqs/
  • Mar 25

    2015 Long Island Update on Changes to New York Estate Tax Law

    2015 Long Island Update on Changes to New York Estate Tax Law
    New York is one of the few states with an estate tax system that is stricter than the Federal system and, last year, new laws were passed to try and change this. There are some parts of the law that work better for the majority of those who…
  • Feb 26

    How Can I Use a Supplemental Needs Trust To Get Medicaid on Long Island

    How Can I Use a Supplemental Needs Trust To Get Medicaid on Long Island
    Allowing for Payment for Expenses While on Government Assistance When dealing with a seriously disabled person, how you handle that person’s finances can be essential when it comes to dealing with government benefits. Too many assets,…
  • Feb 13

    What Happens if There Aren’t Enough Assets in a Long Island Estate?

    What Happens if There Aren’t Enough Assets in a Long Island Estate?
    Who Gets Paid First When There Isn’t Enough Money To Pay Everyone It is not uncommon when someone dies that the estate ends up owing more than the estate actually has in assets. Many times, people end up wracking up large medical bills…
Rank this Week: 3175

Northern Kentucky Lawyer Blog

Northern Kentucky Lawyer Blog

Covers personal injury and accidents, DUI, criminal defense, bank side bankruptcy cases, creditors' rights, divorce and family custody, and estate planning. By Fessler Schneider & Grimme.

http://www.fsgattorneys.com/blog
  • Mar 25

    Northern Kentucky Resident

    Northern Kentucky Resident
    For the next few weeks, we will be posting information about personal injuries–your legal rights, our experience with personal injury cases, what exactly is “personal injury,” and other related topics.  However, this…
  • Mar 18

    Business Creditor Attorneys Ft. Thoma

    Business Creditor Attorneys Ft. Thoma
    People borrow money from businesses such as banks, car dealers, credit card companies, small lending agencies, landlords, and many more businesses. Occasionally those people are unable to repay the businesses. In Ft. Thomas, the law firm of…
  • Mar 12

    Civil Suit Attorneys in Ft. Thoma

    Civil Suit Attorneys in Ft. Thoma
    Over the next few weeks, we will be enjoying St. Patrick’s Day and March Madness. The competition and rivalry amongst the fans can lead to unintended conflicts. These conflicts often result in civil suits. Whether you find yourself…
Rank this Week: 3839

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
  • Mar 25

    To Tweet or Not to Tweet?

    To Tweet or Not to Tweet?
    As more attorneys are dipping their toes into the social media waters to network through LinkedIn and reach potential clients through Facebook, many are wondering whether they should also be using Twitter. There are definitely benefits…
  • Mar 23

    Profile in Practice: Agnieszka Adam

    Profile in Practice: Agnieszka Adam
    As part of CEB’s commitment to bringing together California’s legal community, here’s a short interview with one of your fellow attorneys, Agnieszka Adams: CEB: What is your practice area and how did you choose it?…
  • Mar 20

    Demonstrative Evidence: When You Want to Show and Tell

    Demonstrative Evidence: When You Want to Show and Tell
    An episode of This American Life described the failed effort to get a Tic-tac-toe-playing chicken into evidence in the death penalty case of a mentally ill man with a very low IQ. Defense counsel was trying to rebut a psychiatrist’s…
Rank this Week: 2622

Murphy's Law Blog

Murphy's Law Blog

Covers elder law, estate planning and probate. By Noreen Murphy.

http://www.noreenmurphylaw.com/blog/
  • Mar 25

    Elderly Entrepreneurs: Small Business & Old Age Go Hand in Hand

    Elderly Entrepreneurs: Small Business &amp; Old Age Go Hand in Hand
    We sometimes tend to think of upstarts and entrepreneurialism as a young person’s game. Not so! The truth is that American businesses span the whole age spectrum, and the aging-and-elderly populations make up a bigger portion than you…
  • Mar 18

    Who Takes Care of You If You Don’t Have Kids?

    Who Takes Care of You If You Don’t Have Kids?
    When it comes to growing older, there is one great insurance plan that you simply can’t buy from an agent: your children. View image | gettyimages.com Family members provide the majority of senior care in this country. They do it…
  • Mar 11

    Estate Planning Disasters!

    Estate Planning Disasters!
    A solid estate plan is a great disaster-avoidance tool. The majority of Americans don’t have so much as a Last Will and Testament in place, and that’s a recipe for family feuds and assorted complications. View image |…
Rank this Week: 4963