Elder Financial Exploitation More than Doubled Since COVID

While we all hope to age gracefully, we need to prepare for the potential risks of aging as it relates to investing and financial wellbeing. Read more

Don’t Fall for These Medicaid and Estate Myths

Since estate issues, one way or another, affect everyone over time (since death does) and since Medicaid planning has for many years been a topic of popular conversation—and popular misconceptions in the U.S., it is not unusual that both subjects have generated misunderstandings and, in some cases, folklore that has persisted. Read more

The Rights of Elderly in Care Facilities

It is important for residents and their families to understand the benefits and limitations of each program, eligibility requirements, and any additional costs associated with them. Read more

New Drugs May Slow the Progression of Alzheimers Disease

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is releasing new details about how people can get drugs that may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease covered by Medicare. Read more

Should You Put Your Child’s Name on the Deed to Your House

If a child you’ve added to your deed goes through a divorce, has tax issues, is sued by someone, or must declare bankruptcy, your house could be on the chopping block! Read more

Special Needs Trust

If you have a family member with special needs, you might face emotional and physical issues. However, you also may be concerned about maximizing the financial support that your loved one requires. Read more