A recent New York Times article sums it up nicely – one of the first skills to go is the ability to handle financial matters. With age comes a greater risk of making costly mistakes or falling for financially abusive schemes.Recent census data indicates that...
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The general answer is yes, but it will depend on your individual situation. While beneficiary deeds are one tool for smaller estates, they cannot replace a comprehensive estate plan. In 2004, the Colorado legislature approved the use and creation of...
As difficult as it is to imagine, there might come a time in your life where you are unable to make important decisions on your own. This might be because of a sudden traumatic accident, or because of a slowly progressing condition like Alzheimer’s or...
All parents want what is best for their children, and estate plans are often created with this goal in mind. For parents of disabled children, this need is especially pressing – most will want to ensure that their child’s quality of life will not be...
It can be a nightmare to suspect another family member, friend or caregiver is exploiting your elderly parents financially. When parents live nearby, it can be easy to verify whether your suspicions are warranted, but as is often the case, thousands of miles can...
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