Technology will continue to impact planning in 2016. But despite continuous and rapid change having become the new status quo, the need for counseling and interactive relationships in estate planning, elder law, and special needs planning will not change. Your planning attorney, financial advisor, and CPA should embrace change and new technology, while offering the best of personalized professional counseling in a partnership-style relationship with you.
- Social Security Disability and The Americans with Disabilities Act
- The 6 Things You Should Think About Before Retiring
- Estate Planning Is Vital for All, Regardless of Asset Level
- What the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program Means for You
- How to Plan for Short Term Disability
- Buying Special Needs Housing? Use These Tips!
- Elville and Associates to Host Series of Estate Planning Workshops October 22nd – 24th in Columbia/Ellicott City
- Why Wealthy Retirees Don’t Spend Their Money
- Meeting with Family About Elder Care
- Elville and Associates’ 2019 Annual Client Event — “What Families Need to Know about Planning for Loved Ones with Disabilities”