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When Do You Pull the Plug?

If you were being kept alive artificially after becoming mentally and physically incapacitated permanently, would you like your loved ones to be able to make decisions for you? Would you like the artificial life support to be withheld or withdrawn …

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Top Five Estate Planning Questions

Because of all the estate planning that we do, we get a lot of estate planning questions on a daily basis. In today’s column we are going to discuss the top five estate planning questions that we regularly get in …

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Thinking About Hanging Up the Car Keys?

The number of older drivers on the road is increasing. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, the percentage of drivers over 65 will likely increase from about 16% today to over 25% by 2025.But just because you are …

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Minimizing Conflicts After You are Gone

Whenever I am in a group of people and they are aware of what I do, discussion very often comes around to estate planning and estate administration. Everyone seems to have a horror story regarding the administration of a relative’s …

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Get Proper Advice Before Gifting

We get people who come into our office all the time who have made substantial gifts of cash, vehicles or even their home to loved ones because they believe that is what they should do to protect those assets in …

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Medicare Enrollment Starts October 15

Last week, we discussed Medicare Parts A, B, C and D. If you have Medicare, it is now the time of year to review your Medicare plans because the Medicare Annual Open Enrollment Period will soon be upon us. The …

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