Monthly Archives: March 2014
Estate planning can be a very private and personal matter and as a result, many family members are not made aware of the personal wishes of their loved ones until it is too late to plan. Often times, grandparents and parents are averse to discussing such issues which leaves children and grandchildren unaware of pertinent details.
Several posts ago, the two approaches to elder law were introduced: the proactive and the reactive approach. As I mentioned, the proactive is less costly and more time efficient, and avoids potential legal difficulties in the future. This approach includes the preparation of several important legal documents. Recently, I have spent time explaining powers of […]