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Survivorship Estate Planning

Survivorship Estate Planning

When you lose a spouse or long-term partner, it is difficult to think beyond your grief. However, it is crucial to understand there are important and timely decisions you need to make regarding your finances and personal estate plan. In…

The Sandwich Generation’s Financial Burden

The Sandwich Generation’s Financial Burden

Pew Research Center's survey of American adults conducted in 2021 found that 23% belong to the "sandwich generation". As the senior population grows and younger adults struggle to gain financial independence, many middle-aged adults find themselves “sandwiched” between their children…

How to Cover In-Home Care Costs

How to Cover In-Home Care Costs

There are many major decisions we must make as we age, and one of them is where to live. We may ask ourselves, “Am I able to remain in my home independently, or do I need assistance?” If the answer…

The Signs of Elder Abuse

The Signs of Elder Abuse

It is possible that as our loved one's age, they will no longer be able to care for themselves. Some may move into nursing homes or assisted living facilities, while others will reside with family, friends, and neighbors, or rely…

Overmedicating Alzheimer’s Patients Poses a Danger

Overmedicating Alzheimer’s Patients Poses a Danger

Many elderly Americans use multiple prescription medications concurrently, known as polypharmacy. The more medications a person takes, the higher the risk of dangerous drug-drug interactions and increased possibility of inappropriate prescribing, adverse drug reactions, hospitalization, and even death. Patients who…

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