Choosing Retirement Account Beneficiaries Requires Some Thought

By Elder Law Associates Newsletter Retrieved here on April 17, 2018 While the execution of wills requires formalities like witnesses and a notary, the reality is […]

Biking Around with Dementia

Article by Audrey Miller | Retrieved here on April 23, 2018 Originally published I was intrigued by the following headline “How a stationary bike, paired […]

The part of aging that people don’t talk about and 5 ways to deal with it

As we face the prospect of growing older ourselves, or dealing with family members who are growing older, there are many factors that we need to […]

Best Ways to Give your Heirs Money While You’re Alive

By Lynn Ballou, Next Avenue  Contributor Several years ago, a new theme emerged in our wealth advisory firm’s meetings with clients. They were beginning to truly worry about their […]

Estate Planning Tips for People Under 40

It’s never too early to start estate planning, and if you already have a family, getting your personal affairs in order is a must. The sooner […]

Most Families Reluctant to Talk About Estate Planning

Two Documents Every 18-Year-Old Should Sign If you are about to send a child off to college or employment, you’re probably busy with last-minute shopping, packing […]

April 16th is National Healthcare Decision Day

Last week, we brought up the benefits of a Healthcare Power of Attorney, not only for yourself and your elderly parents, but also for your adult children. […]

We Don’t Always Make Nice

If you raised more than one child, you know that one job of a parent is being a referee.  Sibling spats are normal, common and usually […]

Some important statistics

By S. Craig Daniell As a result of countless movie and television plots, most people know that a will is a legal document that specifies what […]