A Personal Care Agreement Can Eliminate Elder-Care Family Conflicts

The transition from matriarch or patriarch to dependent senior can be tough. Even the most functional and well-meaning families can be reduced to ugly conflicts when it comes to deciding the best course of action regarding caregiving services for an elder parent. In many situations, a parent declines caregiving services initially provided by family members.…

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Learn the Signs of Elder Abuse to Protect Florida Seniors

Research tells us that elder abuse continues to be on the rise across America. Elder abuse is described by the National Council on Aging as “physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, exploitation, neglect, and abandonment.” It specifically refers to the abuse that occurs on the population of Older Americans. “Older Americans” is a generational term…

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A Revocable Trust Is the Best Estate Option Should You Become Ill or Incapacitated

An important comfort to getting older is knowing that your hard-earned and carefully managed assets can be passed on to your family and other beneficiaries. But what happens if age or illness prevents competent supervision of one’s estate? It’s a difficult question to grapple with, but not one without an answer.   A revocable trust…

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How To Update Your Estate Planning After a Divorce

In life, divorce is an extremely difficult event that, unfortunately, many couples may go through. According to the American Psychological Association, at least 40-50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce. What many do not realize is “Gray Divorce” or the divorce of Americans over the age of 60, continues to steadily increase.…

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