1. Is Your Nursing Home Prepared For A Disaster?

    This year has been particularly devastating to certain parts of our country. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have done massive amounts of property damage and caused a tragic number of deaths, especially among older citizens. Following the death of eight residents of an assisted living facility in Hollywo…Read More

  2. Reversing Medicare Surcharges After an Income Change

    Even if you qualify for Medicare, you might still be required to pay some money to the program. The government uses your current and past income to determine what premiums you might owe on Medicare Part B and prescription drug plans, and the amount owed increases with higher incomes. In order to det…Read More

  3. The Rise of Nursing Home Costs in 2017

    If you’ve been looking into the costs of nursing homes for a parent or loved one, you understand just how difficult it can be to strike the right balance between affordability and quality. In addition to the stress of worrying about finding a facility that offers the best possible care, you also h…Read More

  4. Review Your Medicare Options During the Open Enrollment Period

    As if this time of year wasn’t busy enough, October 15th through December 7th is also Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period. During this time, you can make changes to your current plan, add coverage, or enroll in other plans. Below, you will find some of the options you have available to you during …Read More

  5. Two Questions to Ask When Interviewing Estate Planning Attorneys

    Searching for an attorney to help you navigate the confusing legal requirements of a will or trust can be difficult. Even more difficult is knowing what questions to ask the list of attorneys that you’re able to come up with. In this blog, we want to cover what questions you should ask the lawyers…Read More

  6. When Should I Start My Estate Planning?

    If you’re in your 20s or 30s you probably don’t think too much about your estate — it’s a long way off and you have a lot of other concerns, namely, raising a family, buying a home, and advancing your career. While we understand why estate planning is on the top of your to-do list, we recomm…Read More

  7. Why You Should Use an Estate Planning Attorney: Part Two

    In our last blog, we began talking about some of the advantages to hiring an experienced estate planning attorney. In that entry we wrote about how a lawyer will know the laws of the state in a way that can’t be matched by a website or a book offering you an “easy” way to write up a will or a …Read More