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What Is the Role of a “Fiduciary”?

What Is the Role of a “Fiduciary”?

There is a possibility that you will be asked to represent a family member or friend as power of attorney. Your person may be planning for when they might become unable to take care of their affairs. For example, they…

Leveraging VA Benefits to Cover Long-Term Care Costs

Leveraging VA Benefits to Cover Long-Term Care Costs

As with many governmental things, it is complicated for veterans to use their Department of Veterans Affairs benefits to cover the cost of long-term care. A much-underused pension benefit known as Aid and Attendance can provide some money to cover…

Should My Aging Loved One Live With Me?

Should My Aging Loved One Live With Me?

As aging in place continues to increase in popularity, what should you do when you notice an older loved one is having trouble living safely at home? Troublesome signs like a dirty home in poor repair, unpaid bills, piles of…

Equal Distributions are Not Always Equitable

Equal Distributions are Not Always Equitable

When it comes to deciding how to leave property to your children, the clearest choice is often to divide assets into equal shares. That is the straightforward choice when all your children are doing equally well. But if not –…

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