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Tag Archives: Living Will
Four Pillars Law Firm, PLLC, along with other national, state and community organizations, is leading a massive effort to highlight the importance of advance healthcare decision-making—an effort that has culminated in the formal designation of … Continue reading
According to a Rocket Lawyer poll, 57% of Americans say their excuse for not having a Will is that they just haven’t gotten around to making one. The longer you put it off, though, the direr a catastrophic event could … Continue reading
Many people believe they have a complete and comprehensive estate plan in place, only to have their unfortunate family members find out otherwise-after it is too late to correct. Perhaps the most important document an individual can put in place … Continue reading
Millions of people are affected by dementia. Unfortunately, many of dementia sufferers do not have all their estate planning affairs in order before the symptoms start. If you or a loved one has dementia, it may not be too late … Continue reading
Thinking of doing you own estate planning? Odds are, almost everyone has entertained such thoughts . . . it’s just a question of whether you have taken your pen to paper. With that said, you’ve probably read plenty of blogs … Continue reading
Believe it or not, if you are 18 years of age or older, you should have some amount of estate planning completed. Even if you meet the “young and broke” definition with zero concerns other than living paycheck to paycheck, … Continue reading
In this fast-paced world of technology and mobility, more and more people are foregoing traditional safe-deposit boxes in favor of “cloud-management” services. Although your original estate planning and other vital documents are still supreme, keeping traditional copies of such documents … Continue reading
No family wants to have a discussion about the possibility of a devastating occurrence which may leave a loved one mentally or physically debilitated; however, it is one of the more important discussions to be had amongst loved ones. On … Continue reading
According to a survey by the AARP, more than 42 million Americans provide family caregiving for an adult who needs help with their daily living activities . . . with an additional 61.6 million receiving at least some care during … Continue reading