Monthly Archives: October 2022
Your Estate Plan Should Include A Memory Care Option
The decision that an elderly person can no longer live alone safely usually stems from issues of dementia and memory impairment, rather than from limitations of physical health. It is possible to find workaround solutions that enable seniors to live independently in the face of one or more physical limitations. You can modify the… Read More »
Can Probate Really Be A Non-Event?
Probate is a slog for some estates for others. The wealthiest among us spend their golden years working on their estate plans, and they do it so well that, by the time the Grim Reaper shows up, most of the decedent’s assets have escaped into trusts and payable on death accounts, so that the… Read More »
Life Estate: You Can Inherit Your Spouse’s House, And So Can Your Stepchildren
It isn’t easy to be a stepparent, at least not in the beginning. If your stepchildren are young when you marry their parent, the time they spend at your house can be a nightmare, but at least you can avoid taking their animosity toward you personally; they have had to deal with a lot… Read More »
Which Debts Are You Responsible For Paying When You Close A Small Business?
The commentators on ESPN FC Extra Time sometimes play a game where, given a list of three professional soccer players, they must decide which one they would want to start, which one to bench, and which one to trade to another team. When you close a small business, you must attempt a similar form… Read More »