Monthly Archives: March 2014

12 Reasons to Revise Your Estate Planning Documents

So you completed your Will and advance directives several years ago.  When do you need to update those documents?  Following are twelve reasons that might trigger a need to revise some or all of your documents. Death: Not yours, but … Continue reading

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AVOID Dying the Wrong Way

In my last post titled “Dying the Wrong Way” I reprinted a column by Steve Blow describing the plight of Norma Hill in dealing with the dying process experienced by her husband, Joe.  Norma’s simple plea for help getting Joe … Continue reading

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Dying the Wrong Way

You or your loved one wants to die at home and everything seems to be going as planned.  BOOM – problem.  That’s the situation described in a column by Dallas Morning News columnist Steve Blow this morning.  It is printed … Continue reading

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