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November 2017 Archives

Studies show that communication is lacking with estate planning

You're doing your estate planning, deciding how you're going to pass your assets on to your children. You're picking roles for them, such as naming one the executor of the estate, and deciding what you think is best for their lives moving forward.

Is it time to discuss powers of attorney with your parents?

Maybe this is your aging parents' situation: for all of their married life, your father has taken care of their financial affairs, from managing investments to paying the household bills. But your dad now has some minor health problems, and little warning bells have gone off in your mind.

Questions to ask before establishing guardianship of a child with special needs

If you have a child with special needs, you have undoubtedly grappled with concerns about his or her future. Depending on the circumstances, you may need to determine whether your child will require a guardian after he or she turns 18 years of age. 

Very Few Veterans Know About This VA Pension Benefit: Aid and Attendance

As we get older, we all have to start thinking about the possibility of no longer being able to take care of our day-to-day activities due to the aging process. For many families, the best option is nursing home care, which can be very costly.