People living with memory dysfunction need specialized care. Although there is often an expense involved with getting care, the benefits make it worthwhile.
Category Archives: Elder Law
Taking the steps to put together and implement an elder care plan is a good decision no matter how old you are. When you talk with a Branson elder lawyer about elder care planning, they will most likely ask you several questions–including questions related to the following two types of powers of attorney that can […]
As people become older, there are certain things that require planning now to make sure the road ahead stays smooth. This is particularly so when it comes to your finances or your health care. For example, while you’re in good health now, there’s no way to predict what might happen when you’re older. Knowing that […]
If a loved one is experiencing memory loss or suddenly making poor decisions, you may want the court to appoint a guardian, which requires a declaration of incompetence.
When a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, the first thing they should consider is their options for long-term care. Unfortunately, the disease completely takes over a person’s mental faculties, resulting in their needing around-the-clock care. Most families won’t be able to take on such an arduous level of care, and long-term care will be […]
It’s not uncommon for people to wonder what to expect for their old age, and that’s where you might wish to speak with an experienced elder law attorney. While you may be preparing for retirement and your golden years, failing to take into account all of the possible circumstances that could alter your plans might […]
When you’re considering plans for the next phase of life, you may hear terms like elder law and estate planning being used to describe the necessary steps one must take to ensure that both you and your loved ones are taken care of. But how do you decide which is right for you? Speaking with […]
If you’re a fan of the HBO series Succession, then you know that a serious and unexpected illness that leaves you incapacitated can spell big trouble for your family, particularly if you’re a high net worth individual. While you may think your estate plan is enough to cover what might happen after you’re gone, creating […]
As your loved ones age, you may be searching for affordable ways to continue to care for them. Securing Medicare for your aging family members is one way to keep their costs down and maintain more of their wealth in their estate, to cover for other needs such as housing, medical care, and more. While […]
Congress has passed a spending bill that contains major changes to retirement plans. The bipartisan legislation is designed to provide more incentives to save for retirement, but it may require workers to rethink some of their planning.