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Planning for Your Incapacity: The Forgotten Part of Your Estate Plan

If you asked people on the street why it’s important to have an estate plan, they would give predictable answers: to provide for your family. To distribute your wealth when you’re gone. To avoid probate and taxes. To pick a guardian to ca… Read More
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Five Things You Can Do to Help Prevent Dementia

If you’re one of the rare people who has not known someone afflicted with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, congratulations. But if you’re like most of us, you’ve watched at least one family member or friend suffer, and… Read More
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Alzheimer's: Every Minute Counts

As elder law attorneys, we see a lot of clients and families who are concerned about Alzheimer’s. When a family member has Alzheimer’s, it can be all-consuming, between providing care for the patient, trying to care for one’s own fa… Read More
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Can Someone with Dementia Sign Estate Planning Documents?

Most, if not all, of our clients have encountered a loved one suffering from dementia. Dementia itself is not the disease, but is a symptom of one of a number of underlying brain diseases, the most notorious of which is Alzheimer’s Disease. How… Read More
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The Difference Between Alzheimers and Dementia

Many people use the terms Alzheimer’s disease and dementia interchangeably, but they have very different meanings. Although dementia is a group of symptoms that include memory loss, the term itself doesn’t explain what is causing the symptoms. Al… Read More
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New, Little-Known Dementia Affects 1.3 Million

Quick, what is the the second-most common type of progressive dementia in the elderly? Lewy body dementia (LBD) affects an estimated 1.3 million individuals and their families in the United States, but because LBD symptoms can closely resemble other… Read More
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Ten Warnings Signs of Alzheimers Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive brain disorder that destroys an individual’s mental functions and capabilities.  At this time, more than four million individuals in the United States are victims of Alzheimer’s disease.  Unfortunately, to… Read More
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PBS Caring For Parents Online Broadcast

On April 2, 2008, PBS aired the broadcast “Caring for Parents”. Unfortunately, the network will not be airing the broadcast again locally in the near future.  However, PBS has made this broadcast available to watch online.  We highly recommend… Read More
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