Monthly Archives: January 2014

Do you own guns? Whether you have one, two, or a whole collection, it is important that you learn about gun transfer after death. If the gun (or guns) is not transferred properly, your beneficiaries could end up facing state and/or federal prosecution. Assuming you don’t want to leave your loved ones with a burden […]

Eventually every Estate Plan requires administration. What is administration in the context of an estate plan? To put it simply, it is the process that occurs after someone has passed. Many people neglect to prepare for their estate planning administration, making it difficult for their attorneys to take control of the situation. We do our […]

Everyone has an email account, probably a Facebook account, online bill pay and bank accounts, and other online personalities. What happens to those accounts when you become incapacitated, or when you die? Recently, a good friend of mine passed away in Colorado and now a year later I can still see his Facebook page online. […]

Have you ever wondered what happens to your Internet accounts when you die (or become disabled)? Assuming you've been very prudent and private with your passwords, no one will be able to login to your online accounts. Your e-mail, social media, e-commerce sites, and all other online accounts protected by an encrypted password will be […]

Did you know that the average cost of one year in a nursing home is $83,000? That's nearly $7,000 a month! Paying for a nursing home can be very difficult, especially if your long-term care insurance is cost prohibitive or if you are uninsurable. However, by working with an attorney experienced in elder law, you […]

Although most of us prefer not to think about it, we’re growing a little older every day. Unfortunately, too many people ignore their advancing age, avoiding consideration of the legal issues which could affect them greatly in their later years. Those issues, often grouped together under the term “elder law,” will affect what happens to […]