Monthly Archives: April 2014
Do you want the ability to control and preserve your assets for the benefit of your loved ones?
Prior posts have included a discussion about the proactive approach of addressing elder law issues. In particular, the legal documents that are necessary to appropriately plan for the future have been highlighted. Today, the last document of the four, the long-term care insurance (LTCI) policy will be introduced. With nursing home care costs soaring, it […]
Shortly after Elizabeth and her husband Glenn celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary, she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Glenn described the changes he saw in Elizabeth before her diagnosis, “I’d noticed changes three or four years before she was diagnosed, but it’s hard to pin down when exactly it started because it began so subtly… it was just the little things here and there at first.”