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Technology-Based Fall Prevention Programs for Seniors

Technology-Based Fall Prevention Programs for Seniors

It is common for seniors to sustain injuries as a result of accidental falls. Debilitating injuries range from short-term sprains, bumps, and bruises to fractures and head traumas which may require hospitalization. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…

Probate: How to Determine If You Need It

Probate: How to Determine If You Need It

Probate sounds expensive and complicated, but it is simply a standard legal procedure formalizing how assets pass from a deceased person's estate to their chosen beneficiaries or heirs. Whether or not you require probate depends on the type of property…

In Most Cases, Equality Is Equitable

In Most Cases, Equality Is Equitable

It is obvious that dividing your property into equal shares is the best way to leave property to your children. That is the straightforward choice when all your children are doing equally well. But if not – if, for example,…

Plan Your Estate With a Letter of Instruction

Plan Your Estate With a Letter of Instruction

In any comprehensive estate plan, a letter of instruction (LOI) is an important component, whether you're starting from scratch or have an existing one. A letter of instruction can help your loved ones manage important information about you. A LOI…

Special Needs Trustee Selection

Special Needs Trustee Selection

Trusts set up for loved ones with disabilities are typically supervised by the grantor (the individual who creates and funds the trust). However, it is crucial to choose a successor trustee who will continue properly managing the SNT to benefit…

The Probate Process Explained

The Probate Process Explained

During probate, a will is formally recognized, a personal representative (executor) is formally named or validated, and assets are distributed to the intended beneficiaries following the death of the testator. It also requires paying the decedent’s outstanding debts and federal…

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