Today’s estate planning documents are not your father’s or mother’s will, trust, power of attorney, or other documents. Things change over time and so have planning documents – changes in style, content, scope, and approach are ever-evolving. Contemporary documents are comprehensive and explanatory, and speak to present as well as future contingencies, including elder care matters – they are multi-dimensional.
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- Elder Abuse Recognition and Reporting
- Know the Signs of Elder Abuse and Report It if Necessary
- The Importance of the Family Meeting in Your Estate Planning Process
- The New Elective Share/Augmented Estate Legislation – What Clients Need to Know
- The SECURE Act: Ballistic Missile Alert or False Alarm
- Financial Literacy + Self-Discipline = Wealth
- Is There Enough Oversight for Hospice Providers?
- Elville and Associates’ Client Care Program – Providing the Highest Level of Service, Working to Exceed Every Expectation, and Offering Benefits that Matter to Our Members