Dementia is a progressive decline of a person’s cognition that affects a person’s memory, thinking processes, behavior, and performance of social, occupational, and daily activities. Here is an insightful article that can help... Read more...
Estate Planning Pitfalls
Every year, we see inadvertent mistakes that people make with their estate planning, which is one of the reasons we encourage people to review their plans at least every 3 to 5 years. A regular review is an opportunity to catch mistakes and discuss changes that need to be made. Here are some of the common mistakes we see... Read more...
"Four Letter" Word of the Quarter!
To mix things up a bit, we have decided that for every quarter, we will come up with a positive four letter word that is relevant to our practice. Since February is the month in which we celebrate Valentine’s Day, we decided that the four letter of the quarter would be “love.” Read more...
Have You Wondered?
Have you sometimes wondered about how well-prepared you are for the future?
Many people have told us that their familiarity with estate planning and probate is limited; many more say their wills are not up to date and few are aware of the extent to which an elder law firm can simplify these processes.
Our website offers simple answers to these and similar questions.
Or, please feel free to contact us.