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Important Questions That Your Attorney Will Ask You before Drafting Your Will
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Planning a will can be stressful for many people, but it doesn't have to be when you take the services of a will attorney. It is advised that you should come to your attorney, prepared with some basic knowledge of what they might ask you. It helps in making the process easy as well as smooth and everything will move at a quick pace. If you are not aware of what your attorney might ask you, don't worry, read on to know. There is no doubt...

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How Can You Get Guardianship Of An Elderly Person?
Elderly conservatorship or elderly guardianship is a legal relationship formed when an individual is appointed by the court to care for an elderly person who is not in a state to take care of himself or herself. There are some duties and responsibilities of the appointed guardian to the elderly person.  Why An Elder Need A Guardian? An elderly person may become unable to take care of himself, for example, he might lose the ability to remember to take required medications,...

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How to Increase Your Social Security Benefits
If you're going to retire soon, it's a good time to discover how to increase your Social Security benefits. There are little-known strategies that can help boost your benefits. Take Legal Advice Going straight to the source looks like a great way to get authentic information about the right time to file for Social Security. However, it's not. The representative of Social Security Administration (SSA) you go to might have pure intentions when they give you advice about your specific circumstances. But, because this person is likely undertrained,...

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How Can Estate Planning Attorney Help You During The Novel COVID-19 Pandemic?
The whole world today is suffering from the fearful pandemic' 2019 Novel Coronavirus,' and many have thoughts in their minds that there is no guarantee they will stay alive. Due to the terrifying situation, some people have no food to eat, some have no money to pay the house rents, and some have no hopes left to recover from the infection. In this state, it is the right time to plan the Will and Estate planning online to keep the families free from the future...

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A Roadmap to Know About Veterans Legal Services – Supporting Network To Achieve the Best VA Legal Aid
The role of the Veterans' legal services is to provide the desired care and financial help to the low-income and homeless veterans so that they can stay healthy and stress-free. Today various organizations, the Department of Veteran Affairs and other Government bodies, provide the VA disability benefits to the needy and battle-scarred persons because their main aim is to minimize the health gaps through the VA legal aid. They even launch various facilities to create the new standard...

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Setting the Facts Straight: Things to Know About Medicaid
Medicaid was started in 1965 to provide health-related services to US residents with low income. The healthcare program is designed to assist people of every age and covers short term as well as long term stay in various healthcare facilities. Medicaid planning lawyer is a necessity for people with limited resources and costly needs for care. 1 In 5 Low-Income US Residents Need Medicaid Medicaid was started in 1965 to provide health-related services to US residents with low income. The...

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Common Legal Issues That Caregivers Face
5 Common Legal Issues That Caregivers Face
There are several reasons why adequate legal planning is crucial, but one that I’ll focus on today is that too often, seniors are victims of financial abuse.  Unfortunately, people become more vulnerable with age and many families fail to address the necessary preparations until it is too late. This results in sticky legal situations for family caregivers. Below are a few common legal troubles caregivers may face. Issues with Power of Attorney Designating someone to act as your surrogate decision maker through a Power of...

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Legal Competency: When Is It Too Late to Create a Will, Trust or POA?
In elder law, I am frequently advising adult children who suddenly find themselves in a place where they need to help an aging parent. When parents end up falling behind on medical bills, or their decision making isn’t what it once was, as it pertains to their medical care, the topic of transitioning control over their personal affairs can be challenging. Unfortunately, signing a power of attorney (POA) over to their children can be seen as a loss of...

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What are the Steps Involved with the Probate Process?
Probate is the process involved in passing a deceased person’s property to their heirs or beneficiaries named in the decedent’s will.  The court process differs from state to state.  Generally, the following steps are included: Filing the will and petition with the probate court appointing an executor or personal representative. You will need to find out everything the deceased owned so you can file an Inventory (list) with the court. Any bills or bequests should be paid from a...

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Elder Law Attorneys
Elder law attorneys define their practice by the type of people they help. Like Aging Life Care Professionals, they help families to maximize the independence and quality of life of elderly people. I can help families accomplish this while best utilizing and protecting life savings. They make sure that the elderly receive whatever help or care they may need in ways that best employ family and government resources. Working with me as your Elder Law attorney offers the family and...

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