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6 Common Reasons For Seniors To Consider A Power Of Attorney

Powers of Attorney are all about authority. When you sign a Power of Attorney (“POA”), you are authorizing someone else to make decisions for you when you can no longer participate due to age or incapacity. Powers of attorney are not just for elderly, but here are a few reasons aging adults need to set…
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It’s Time To Talk To Your Parent About Aging

There is one certainty in life that none of us can escape: we will all die someday. The hope is this will occur when we’re old, slipping peacefully away in our sleep, but inevitably, it is guaranteed to happen to each of us. Unfortunately, too many of us pass away without leaving a proper plan…
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The Family Cottage

Ahh, the family cottage. A little slice of heaven on earth providing nothing but rest and relaxation, right? Hopefully! But the truth is a number of issues may be hiding just off the dock. With proper planning though, these issues can be avoided and dealt with without ruining Thanksgiving. Two common issues that require understanding…
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Preserve Your Family Wealth With Proper Medicaid Planning

Preserve Your Family Wealth With Proper Medicaid Planning: 5 Important Things to Consider As retirement approaches, many people shift from a focus of making more money to preserving the assets and resources they have built up over their working years. The shift from growth mode to protection mode is common and should be taken seriously.…
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How Gifts Can Affect Your Medicaid Eligibility

We have all heard the phrase “it is better to give than to receive.” This is absolutely true, but if you think you might someday want or need to apply for Medicaid long-term care benefits, you need to be careful. You may be surprised to know that giving away money or property of any kind…
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The Real Cost To Your Family When You Don’t Plan For Incapacity

When you hear the words estate planning, you may automatically think about establishing documents to ensure the right people inherit your stuff when you die. And you are not wrong- putting a proper plan in place to protect and pass on your wealth and other assets is a fundamental part of the planning equation. But…
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Preserve Your Family Wealth With Proper Medicaid Planning

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How Gifts Can Affect Your Medicaid Eligibility

The Real Cost To Your Family When You Don’t Plan For Incapacity

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6 Common Reasons For Seniors To Consider A Power Of Attorney

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It’s Time To Talk To Your Parent About Aging

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The Family Cottage

Last Will & Testament Document

What Exactly IS Probate?

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Is Your Power of Attorney Powerless?

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Tough Conversations

Deed to a House

Let’s Talk Quit Claim Deeds

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Five Things to Avoid in Your Will

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5 Signs Your Aging Parent May Need Care

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Veterans Getting a Raise

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Family Cottages

Meet Attorney Jordan Bush

Legal Services With Alles Law Firm

What is Estate Planning?

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The Medicaid Spend Down

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Medicaid Planning, Part 3 of 3: Pre-Planning

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Medicaid Planning, Part 2 of 3: Crisis Planning

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Medicaid Planning, Part 1 of 3: Introduction

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Dealing with Dementia, Part 4 of 4: Cost to the Nation

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Dealing with Dementia, Part 3 of 4: Cost to the Family

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Dealing with Dementia, Part 2 of 4: Cost to the Individual

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Dealing with Dementia, Part 1 of 4: Dementia Defined

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Medicaid Trusts – Recommended for Me?

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Average Costs of Elder Care on the Rise

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Asset Protection Trusts: Buyer Beware!

Ask The Right Questions When It Matters

What to Ask an Asset Preservation Attorney

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5 Tips for Alzheimer’s Planning

Important Announcements

Tim Alles on the radio discusses Changing VA Benefits

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Planning for Young Children

Saving For The Future

Tax Savings is Only One Reason to Create Trusts

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Does Account Ownership Really Matter?

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Divorcing Children and Asset Protection

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The Blended Family

My Life Plan

Estate Planning Is Not All About Death

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The VA May Pay Your Children to Care For You!