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5 Signs Your Aging Parent May Need Care

Having a peace of mind when it comes to your aging parents is something that might be hard to accomplish, but we’re here to help . If you notice any of these warning signs from aging family members , give us a call. A proactive conversation about paying for care could save hours and dollars…
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Michael Jackson and the Importance of Funding Your Trust

Trust. Will. Estate Plan. These are terms you have likely heard but may not have clarity on what exactly they do or what legal tool you need. This is common. Our clients come to us knowing they want to protect their children, but unsure of what next steps to take.  Let’s look at Michael Jackson…
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The Legal Documents You Need for Your 18-year-old

Your child turned 18 and suddenly no one will talk to you– Not school personnel. Not your child’s physician. Not billing departments for medical bills or other accounts. The control you had yesterday to manage these things for your child is suddenly gone. Why?! If this hasn’t happened to you yet, don’t be surprised when…
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Protecting Your Children’s Inheritance From Divorce

We all hope our children will grow up, meet someone special, and that individual will be a part of the family forever. But as we all know, marriages can end and sometimes they end badly. As much as we may want to, we CANNOT spare our children the pain inflicted when a marriage ends. But…
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Digital Assets- We All Have Them, But Are We Protecting Them?

Our lives are increasingly connected to the online world. We share our business ventures, promote opportunities, use social media as a photo album to track special moments in time, and even purchase valuable cryptocurrency online. We call these “Digital Assets.” Our digital assets can be extensive and extremely valuable, but how do we properly handle…
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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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The Real Cost To Your Family When You Don’t Plan For Incapacity

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5 Signs Your Aging Parent May Need Care

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Michael Jackson and the Importance of Funding Your Trust

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The Legal Documents You Need for Your 18-year-old

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Protecting Your Children’s Inheritance From Divorce

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Digital Assets- We All Have Them, But Are We Protecting Them?

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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

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Let’s Talk Quit Claim Deeds

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Five Things to Avoid in Your Will

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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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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

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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!