The Value of an Estate Plan at Any Age

My name is Ashley Algarvio. I am the Lead Case Manager at Surprenant & Beneski, P.C. and I have had the pleasure of working for Dan Surprenant & Michelle Beneski for almost 18 years.  Our office has grown so much over the years. It is really amazing to be a part of...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors

New Year’s resolutions are a way to start off the New Year right. Usually, they have to do with improving ourselves.  Whether it is to lose weight, exercise, learn a new skill, etc. More often than not, the resolution only lasts a few weeks or a couple of months. Here is an...

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How to plan your estate as a Solo Ager

According to Forbes Magazine, it is estimated that there are 12 million adults over age of 65 and are living alone, or 27% of the overall population. That is a staggering number. Of that population, most are women. Ironically, although they are now alone, most were at one time or another, caretakers to...

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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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Estate Planning for Teachers

To say the last year and a half has been a challenge would be the understatement of the century. So many have stepped up to help others and to give a sense of normalcy in such an abnormal time. One group of people especially come to mind: teachers.

Children...

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