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Monthly Archives: March 2020

The benefits of writing your own obituary as part of your estate plan

The Benefits of Writing Your Own Obituary as Part of Your Estate Plan

By Andre O. McDonald |

An obituary can be much more than just a dry announcement of the time and location of your funeral or memorial service. It can be a way to share your life story, communicating information about significant events and people, as well as important values you would like to impart to others. You do not… Read More »

Ancillary Probate: What it is, when it's used, and how to avoid it

Ancillary Probate: When Is It Used, Where It Occurs, and How to Avoid It

By Andre O. McDonald |

Many people own property in more than one state—perhaps a vacation home in Florida, a rental property in a former home state, or even a car titled in another state. It is important to think about how that property will be handled as you create an estate plan. It may be necessary for there… Read More »

Does inheritance affect Medicaid?

Does Inheritance Affect Medicaid?

By Andre O. McDonald |

Inheritance can only be a good thing, right? Wrong. You know what they say… more money, more problems. In this case, few people stop to think: does inheritance affect Medicaid? The answer is … YES! Say your spouse is living in a nursing home because of advanced Parkinson’s. Your spouse is currently receiving Medicaid… Read More »

FAQ: Will Medicaid take my house if I can't afford to pay for a nursing home?

Will Medicaid take my house if I can’t afford to pay for a nursing home?

By Andre O. McDonald |

Home ownership is the American Dream. People work hard all their lives to own a home, and it is often their most valuable and significant possession. So, when your health begins to fail and the need for long-term care arises, we often get this fear-filled question from our clients: will Medicaid take my house… Read More »

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