Protect Your Estate With Qualified “Gray Divorce” Planning

Protect Your Estate With Qualified “Gray Divorce” Planning

Gray Divorce continues to be on the rise in America. A so-called “Gray Divorce” occurs when couples over the age of fifty, including many senior couples, agree to end their marriages later in life. Sadly, Gray Divorce numbers have been steadily increasing for the past several decades, and they come with their own...
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Planning for the Rising Costs of Long-Term Care

Planning for the Rising Costs of Long-Term Care

The cost of long-term care continues to rise each year. In states across the nation, we have seen increases over the last five years of well over ten to twenty percent in the healthcare industry serving our Older Americans. These costs have risen in a number of areas for Older Americans including, but not limited to,...
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Is It Time To Update Your Estate Plan in the New Year?

Is It Time To Update Your Estate Plan in the New Year?

Developing a comprehensive estate plan is one of the most important things someone can do. The decision to create an estate plan is critical, regardless of the amount of assets that they wish to leave behind to loved ones or other designated beneficiaries. What many people do not realize, however, is that you have to...
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New York Estate Planning You Need When You Have Minor Children

New York Estate Planning You Need When You Have Minor Children

Ensuring your children are happy, healthy, and well-taken care of is a fundamental role of parenting. Another part of that role is choosing a guardian to care for your children in the event of your death. As challenging as it can be to consider a time when you are no longer here to support your children, leaving...
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A Revocable Trust Can Protect Against Legal Challenges

Did you know there is an old saying among estate planning attorneys? In short, it is,“Where there’s a will, there’s a relative.” The implication is that people come out of the woodwork in the hopes of landing an inheritance at the death of a loved one. We know it may seem a bit jaded, but unfortunately conflict can...
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How to Plan Your Estate to Support Your Autistic Child

Estate planning is important for all of us to have in place. This form of planning ensures that in the event of a serious crisis or death, our loved ones have a plan to follow and legal authority to make decisions. When you have a child with autism, however, this type of planning becomes even more critical. We know...
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