February 2016 Archives

Protecting Your Elderly Loved One's Identity

Whether you help care for an elderly parent or other aging loved one, you probably have a lot of tasks and obligations on your mind. Many families share the workload of taking an older family member to doctors' appointments, preparing meals, and helping with bathing, feeding, and other daily tasks. Protecting your older loved one is a full-time job that requires time, patience, and effort.

Estate Planning for Blended Families

Divorce and remarriage are part of life for many people. In fact, a recent report reveals four out of 10 Americans identify as being part of a "blended family." Whether you, your spouse, or both have brought children from a previous marriage into a new union, it is important to consider how your family situation affects your estate plan.

Inheritance Rights of a Child Conceived after a Parent's Death

It wasn't that long ago that couples who experienced infertility struggles had very few options. Now, reproductive technology has evolved to a place where people have a wide variety of options for planning and growing their families.

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