Alzheimer’s Legal and Financial Planning Tips

Melissa Mysliwiec, of Fraser Trebelicock, writes about estate planning with Alzheimers in mind. Her article begins as follows:

If you or someone you love has Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia, it is important to put legal and financial plans in place as soon as possible.

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Special Needs – Special Trusts Part. 2: Drafting Considerations & Trust Administration Considerations – Bernard A. Krooks

SPECIAL NEEDS – SPECIAL TRUSTS – WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW CAN HURT YOUR CLIENTS AND YOU!

Part. 2: Drafting Considerations & Trust Administration Considerations

By Bernard A. Krooks

Littman Krooks LLP New York, New York / www.littmankrooks.com

Part. 1 Overview & Taxation

III. Drafting Considerations

A. Trustee Selection

The selection of … Continue reading

Dementia, Decision-Making, and the Modern (Adult) Guardianship Paradigm: Bentley v Maplewood Seniors Care Society by Margaret Isabel Hall

Margaret Isabel Hall has made available for download her article, “Dementia, Decision-Making, and the Modern (Adult) Guardianship Paradigm: Bentley v Maplewood Seniors Care Society.”  The abstract reads as follows:

This paper considers the meaning of decision making, including substitute decision making, for persons with dementia. The paper discusses the historical

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Winter Getaways Raises Medical Expenses

As retirees move away from up north to Florida, they are likely to face more medical tests than they would have done back home. Since Medicare has strict regulations on prices and procedures of medical testing, doctors can easily increase the items and volumes of testing. According to researches, Florida, … Continue reading