Tag Archives: seniors

Worried about an older relative’s driving?

Reprint from my November 2011 post. This subject isn’t exactly estate planning, but it is something an increasing number of clients face.  I saw this article on the topic of dealing with parents or other loved ones who are losing … Continue reading

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What If I Die Without a Will?

I’m often asked if people really need a Will.  My flippant response is often “it depends, but if you are not going to do one, take my card and give it to your family because they will most likely need … Continue reading

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Free Dinner!!!??

Have you received the mailings or seen the notices in your local newspaper or periodical?  Free Lunch Seminar on the Critical Elements of Estate Planning.  Free Dinner (at a fancy restaurant) on what you need to know to maximize your … Continue reading

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The Overlooked Pieces of Estate Planning

Following is another timely column by Dallas Morning News Staff Writer, Pamela Yipp.  This column focuses on the need to have discussions with your loved ones while they can still convey to you what their wishes are for end-of-life planning. … Continue reading

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When Families Don’t Agree About Mom and Dad’s Care

Remember the fights you used to have with your brother over who got the last piece of candy?  (Okay, maybe that was only me). Many people work with their siblings very well when it comes to caring for their aging … Continue reading

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