February 2018

Senior Adults and Identity Theft – How to Protect Against It

By |February 22nd, 2018|Categories: Elder Law|Tags: , |

Senior adults can be more susceptible to identity theft than others. Identity theft is a crime that is on the rise. It involves a criminal stealing personal identifying information to [...]

January 2018

Facts about Veterans Benefits for Veterans and their Families

By |January 20th, 2018|Categories: Elder Law|Tags: , |

The term “Veterans Benefits” is somewhat misleading. Only a percentage of the people covered by VA benefits served formerly in the Armed Forces. The Department of Veterans Affairs provides vocational [...]

How Will Tax Reform Impact Seniors and Persons with Disabilities?

By |January 12th, 2018|Categories: Business Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning|Tags: , , |

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) is now officially law. Both the House and Senate passed the new tax reform bill in December with straight party-line votes and no [...]

December 2017

Need Help Understanding Medicare? Here Are Tips and Resources for Assistance

By |December 13th, 2017|Categories: Elder Law|Tags: , |

For those interested in information on Medicare, understand that applying for the benefit sometimes seems like a double-edged sword. On the one hand, Medicare is obviously a good resource because [...]

November 2017

What 2017 Has Brought for Seniors, Veterans and Persons with Disabilities

By |November 16th, 2017|Categories: Elder Law, Estate Planning|Tags: , , , |

It has been a year packed with activity on the presidential and congressional level. We have seen proposed, amended and failed legislation, blocked executive orders, investigations, and charges of collusion [...]

It’s National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2017

By |November 5th, 2017|Categories: Elder Law, Estate Planning|Tags: |

Because Congress found that over 120,000,000 Americans did not have an up-to-date estate plan, they voted in 2008 to declare the third week in October each year as National Estate [...]