Aid & Attendance: Special Care Pensions for Wartime Veterans
This report shows the qualifications necessary to receive Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Special Pension in addition to monthly pension and Social Security benefits. You need this report to be informed on who qualifies, how to apply, and the benefits that can be received.
Special Needs Planning: A Special Child Requires Special Planning
This report shows why estate planning is important for parents of all children, and especially important for those with children who suffer from a disability. You need this report if you have a special needs family member and want to learn how estate planning can protect the assets you wish to leave them, and ensure that your wishes for their care are fulfilled.
Asset Protection: Reducing Risks & Increasing Peace of Mind
This report shows ways to protect your assets from estate taxes, creditors, and lawsuits through creation of a Children’s Trust, Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust, Family Limited Partnership, Foreign Asset Protection Trust, or a Foreign Asset Protection Trust combined with a Domestic Limited Partnership. You need this report if you desire to protect assets for a beneficiary from creditors, Medicaid, and divorcing spouses.
Living Trusts: Deciding What’s Right for You
This report sets aside certain myths about estate planning, and establishes the true benefits and drawbacks of different types of plans. You need this report if you are considering planning your affairs with a Revocable Living Trust or other type of trust, and are confused about the benefits that the trust will give you.
Legacy Planning: Comprehensive Planning for You and the Ones You Love
This report explores ways you can protect the intangible parts of your estate, like lifetime stories or events, and sentimental pieces of personal property that have little monetary value, but are often the most treasured pieces in an estate. You need this report if you want your estate plan to capture more than just your financial assets.
Do-It Yourself Wills & Trusts: The Dangers of Self-Planning
This report exposes the dangers associated with “do-it-yourself” estate planning. You need this report if you are considering planning your estate with an online or “in-a-box” solution, so you understand the risks involved.
Estate Planning Basics For Families With Young Children
This report explores the basic planning considerations for families with young children. You need this report if you have young children that need to be provided for in the event of your death.
Family Farm: The Next Generation
This report discusses the risks to family farmers and ways to protect the farm assets for future generations. You need this report if you have a family farm or ranch and desire that it be passed in a fair manner to future generations in your family.
Family Wealth Trust: Calculating the Benefits
This report describes a new holistic approach to planning estates known as the Family Wealth Trust. You need this report if you are interested in passing down all of your assets, both tangible and intangible, to your family and other loved ones in when you want, in the way you want, and without unnecessary delay or taxes.
Finding the Right Estate Planning Firm
This report discusses some of the things that everyone should consider when hiring a lawyer to plan their estate. You need this report if you are considering estate planning and want to ensure that the lawyer you are speaking with is the person best suited to handle your estate.
Fifteen Common Reasons To Plan Your Estate
This report explores 15 different reasons that are important in planning an estate. You need this report if you are thinking that your affairs are already in order and you don’t need a formal estate plan.
Medicaid Planning: What You Need to Know About Paying for Nursing Home Care
This report outlines the qualifications for Medicaid, and explores some ways for planning in order to preserve assets. You need this report if you are concerned about a loved one going into a nursing home and want them to avoid spending everything they have in order to qualify for Medicaid.
Planning It Right the Second Time Around
This report looks at planning in the context of a second marriage. You need this report if you or your spouse were previously married and have assets or children from the prior marriage.
Probate: A Process, Not a Problem
This report explores the probate process. You need this report if you have been named as the executor or administrator of an estate and want a better understanding of what will be expected of you in that role.
Set the Stage for Medicaid Eligibility
This report explains the importance of incapacity planning and shows how language in a Trust can allow a Trustee to handle planning and sign documents to help an incapacitated person receive Medicaid. You need this report if you want to ensure that the people you have appointed receive all the power necessary to protect and preserve your assets for your care, and can protect your children’s inheritance, should you ever require long-term skilled nursing care.
Conservatorships: The Nightmare of Living Probate
This report discusses the dangers associated with Conservatorship and an ignored Power of Attorney if you become mentally incapacitated, and explores the benefits of protecting yourself with a Revocable Living Trust. You need this report if you are considering estate planning and plan on relying on a power of attorney to manage your affairs during your incapacity.
To My Dog Lucky, I Leave $10,000
This report discusses ways of providing for family pets and other animals upon your death. You need this report if you have family pets that you want to ensure are provided for and protected following your death.
Trust Administration: Prior Planning Prevents Problems
This report explains the trust to ministration process. You need this report if you have been named as a successor trustee to a trust.
Probate: What Every Senior Should Know
This report explains the probate process. You need this report if you do not fully understand or have concerns about the probate process so that you can make informed decisions about planning your estate.
Where There’s A Will, There’s Probate
This report explains the role of a will in the probate process. You need this report if it is your understanding that if you have a Will your estate will not be required to be probated.
Your Life, Your Final Say
This report discusses the opportunities available in planning and controlling your affairs after your death, either through a will or a trust. You need this report if you want some say as to how your affairs are handled once you are deceased.