Elder Law Blog
Medicaid qualification can mean the difference between preserving your family assets and losing them all to a long-term care facility. According to population statistics, 70%
Through our firstname.lastname@example.org email service, we frequently receive letters families who are struggling with the expensive costs of nursing home or assisted living. These families
Veteran’s Benefits for Widows and Divorced Couples – Are You Still Eligible If Your Spouse Passes or You Get Divorced?
Through our email@example.com email service, we frequently receive letters from widows or divorced couples who are concerned about their VA Pension eligibility and changes as
Applying for VA Aid and Attendance: Tips and Guidelines for a Successful Application to Obtain the Benefits You Deserve
VA Aid and Attendance, also known as Veterans Pension, is a benefit available to couples or widowed spouses of veterans that served during a qualifying
Are you a veteran or the spouse of a veteran? If so, you may be eligible for Disability Indemnity Compensation or Aid and Attendance benefits
The COVID pandemic has forever changed our world. This may be our new normal, but our new normal has drastically affected our seniors, especially those
The majority of farms in this country are family owned and operated. According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service’s Census of Agriculture, family farms account
There are currently approximately 27,600 veterans living in Southwest Georgia, and these men and woman have sacrificed life and limb for this Country and our
We don’t want to accept the fact that we are getting older. We also don’t want to accept the fact that we may require nursing
Below is a very frequent situation we see regarding post traumatic stress disorder and the effect it can have on the life of a veteran
Our Elder Law Blog provides updated information for the ever-changing landscape of legal rules and issues regarding seniors, special needs persons, disabled persons, and veterans. Dale will share any upcoming changes in the field of elder law as well as any upcoming opportunities for seniors or veterans.
We’ll also use this forum to post relevant news stories pertaining to elder law and estate planning. As regulations and restrictions are modified over time, we want you to be aware of those changes so that you can plan accordingly. If new laws or changes in current laws create additional funding opportunities for your and your family, we want you to know!
Dale will additionally use specific case study examples to provide real-life examples of elder law and estate planning. This will hopefully help our clients and potential clients to understand all the necessary details of a well-rounded estate plan and how to prevent the government from depleting your assets if you should require long-term care.
We want to ensure that you and your family are comfortable in your later years. By providing continual education in the fields of estate planning, special needs, planning, wills and trusts, we can hopefully help you understand the importance of planning early to ensure a favorable outcome.