How to Plan for Your Estate Planning

Like so many other areas of modern life, estate planning requires the knowledge and skill of a professional. Therefore, the most important step you can take in this process is choosing your estate planning attorney carefully, based on excellent credentials, testimonials, and personal recommendations. As you will see if you do careful...

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What About Medicare?

There is a great deal of confusion about Medicare and Medicaid

Medicare is the federally funded and administered health insurance program primarily designed for individuals age 65 or older. There are limited long-term care benefits that are available under Medicare. In general, if you are enrolled in a...

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Estate Planning for Singles

In the recent past, it has become increasingly common for people to decide to remain single, whether as young adults, divorcé(e)s, widows, or widowers. Fortunately, in this day and age, this is a perfectly reasonable, acceptable decision. 

At Surprenant & Beneski, P.C., we have extensive experience planning the estates...

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Beware: Deed Scam!

Pass the word to those who need to hear it. Across the United States, official-looking letters are convincing homeowners to pay for documents to certify the obvious — that they own their homes. Homeowners who send payments in response to these letters are not receiving the documents for which they paid.

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