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We believe The Golden Rule is more valuable than a fee.

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We believe The Golden Rule is more valuable than a fee.

The holiday season has come and gone. If you made a resolution, at the beginning of the year, and are still sticking to it, you are a rare bird.  According to a recent study most gave up on the dream on January 12.  Some of you may have gone home to visit your parents for the holidays. Some of you stayed home and had a yours, mine, and ours family holiday.  Because you wanted to
Estate Planning, Trusts
The holiday season is upon us.  Some of you may be going home to visit your parents for the holidays.  Your parent is getting on in age, but you don’t have a clear idea if there is a plan in place for their care.  Is this you? It is a difficult topic to broach; no one wants to talk about death and the financial realities that come with aging. Instead of having a proactive conversation
Advance Directives, Caregiving, Declaration of Guardian, Elder Law, Long-Term Care Planning
A durable power of attorney is one of the most important estate planning documents you can have.  It allows someone who you appoint (your agent) to make decisions on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated.  If you have not appointed an agent then your friends and family will not have the authority to make decisions on your behalf.  In that case, a guardianship may have to be sought and a judge will be
Durable Power of Attorney, Estate Planning, Uncategorized
When someone you love, in particular, your spouse, becomes ill you want to help them get well. But what happens when the illness is dementia? A marital relationship that could have spanned years or decades becomes subject to enormous change, and that change is not a slow linear progression of predictability. It is an up and down interaction of being recognized and accepted by your spouse, or not.  The Realities of Alzheimer’s and Dementia All
Elder Law, Long-Term Care Planning

September 22, 2018

New VA Rules

The following is an urgent message that could impact you or a loved one. There are significant changes to the VA pension program. It is commonly referred to as aid and attendance. VA pension is a monthly cash benefit available to wartime Veterans or surviving spouses of wartime Veterans who have limited income and assets and are in need of care.   On September 18, 2018, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) amended the rules regarding eligibility
Elder Law, VA Pension Planning, Veterans

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Antoinette's Books

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled 7 Steps to Handling Your Loved One's Estate

7 Steps to Handling Your Loved One's Estate

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled Surviving the Sandwiched Years

Surving The 'Sandwiched' Years

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled Veterans Benefits; Are You Getting What You Deserve

Veteran's Benefits: Are You Getting What You Deserve

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled Special Needs Planning

Special Needs Planning

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled 7 Steps to Handling Your Loved One's Estate

7 Steps to Handling Your Loved One's Estate

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled Surviving the Sandwiched Years

Surving The 'Sandwiched' Years

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled Veterans Benefits; Are You Getting What You Deserve

Veteran's Benefits: Are You Getting What You Deserve

Ebook by Antoinette Bone titled Special Needs Planning

Special Needs Planning

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