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Exploring Elder Financial Abuse
Unfortunately, elder financial abuse is all too common and we see cases of it frequently. If you want to protect your senior loved ones, it’s best to be aware of what to look out for and how you can prevent any financial abuse from happening. In this article,

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Top Reasons Why People Eschew Estate Planning
Have you created your estate plan yet? Despite your age, your financial situation, or the value of your assets, it’s very important to have an estate plan in place for when you pass away. Understandably, this can be overwhelming to figure out on your own, but with the

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What Employment Law Says About Forced Arbitration
You may have seen the news that in March of this year, President Biden signed into law the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021, referred to as the EFAA. With the passage of the EFAA, employers are now prohibited from resolving sexual

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What are Medicaid Trusts and How Can They Help_
Medicaid Trusts, also referred to as Irrevocable “Income Only” Trusts, are a special type of trust used to protect personal assets and allow seniors to qualify for long-term care via Medicaid. These trusts cannot be set up quickly, so careful planning and consideration is needed. For example,

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What is a conservatorship, and how does it work_
You might have heard about conservatorships before, especially in the context of elder law, but perhaps you aren’t sure what they are. A conservatorship is an arrangement reviewed and authorized by the court whereby one person is responsible for the finances, health, and general decisions of someone who

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The must-haves in estate planning
You may think that estate planning is something you only need to think about later in life, but it’s actually never too early to create a comprehensive estate plan with a trusted attorney. This protects you, your family, and your assets in the event that something happens to

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Conservatorship vs guardianship_ your questions answered
If you’re trying to decide between a guardianship and a conservatorship, it’s important to know the facts. Both of these legal terms require context, for example the state in which the person lives, and the correct answer will depend upon the specifics of your situation. This is why

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