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January 2016 Archives

Receive guidance through the estate planning process

One of the common misconceptions about estate planning is that it is put off mainly because it is a depressing process. Even though aging and our and inevitable mortality are somewhat depressing, many people put off estate planning simply because it is difficult.

Medicare's website may be more user-friendly in 2016

Hundreds of thousands of seniors and newly retired individuals have been anxiously anticipating the changes coming to Medicare for the new year. Despite rumors of sky-high premiums and other concerning issues, not all the changes in Medicare are for the worse. In fact, one of the main upgrades Medicare recipients may notice is that the Medicare website has improved its user friendliness.

Appointing a guardian is good planning

Guardians are appointed to minor children for many different reasons. As a parent, you can appoint a legal guardian for your own children in the event you are unable to raise them yourself. Designating a legal guardian for your minor children is a good way to address the uncertainty in life. The best way to designate a legal guardian for your minor children is to include it as part of your will.

Do I really need an estate plan?

The idea of an estate plan is usually one reserved for conversations between retirees. Many people believe that unless you are advancing in years, you don't need an estate plan. While there are certain cases where it may not be necessary to have one, even a rough idea is better than none. For individuals of advanced age or those that may not recover from an illness, designing a comprehensive estate plan may provide invaluable protection and peace of mind when it is needed most.

Is home health care right for you?

Home health care has grown in popularity over the last several years. Aging seniors and their families are opting to live their senior years in the comfort of their own home over being a resident in a long-term care facility. As great as in-home care sounds, it is not the right choice for everyone. Determining if you are a good candidate for in-home care takes serious consideration of many different aspects including overall health, living conditions and financial resources. Consideration of these elements may take the help of an attorney, medical professional and family members.

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