Lifetime Planning for Solo Agers

Often, we say that estate planning is about thinking about your family, but what if you don’t have family? Solo agers are a demographic that, although unique, are not uncommon. More and more we are seeing a widow or a widower, divorced, never married or an only child who has no siblings...

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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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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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Weddings, Wills and More!

Traditionally, June is the most popular month for weddings and is probably what perpetuates the term “June Bride.” If you are planning upcoming nuptials or have recently been married, you know how much planning goes into a wedding. Couples take great care in planning every detail from the flowers to researching the...

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April 16th is National Health Care Decisions Day

Today, we will be celebrating the 14th annual National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD)! National Health Care Decisions Day is an initiative that encourages all adults to plan for the possibility of a health crisis of their own, bringing peace of mind for themselves and their families! It is important that health care decisions are done ahead...

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