There are several ways to protect your estate and finances in the event of a medical emergency. Best of all, you can complete most of them in an afternoon.
If you die without a will in Virginia, the court will process your estate as “intestate.” This means that your estate will be divided according to Virginia law.
If you are ineligible for Medicaid assistance, there are several financial strategies available to you to qualify for Medicaid without spending down your own financial assets.
Alzheimer’s disease affects 48 million people across the world. If it strikes, you and your loved ones need to be ready financially and legally.
It’s important to understand your options when planning for long-term care. Check out these three potential methods you might use to pay for long-term care.
Long-term care insurance is one strategy which can help you avoid losing your wealth to expensive healthcare bills.
Generally, elder fraud involves the use of deceptive or misleading practices in order to steal money away from vulnerable seniors.
Virginia long-term care insurance often forms part of your estate plan. In this article we cover a few things you should understand about this insurance option.
Estate planning for second marriages can be complicated. Read below to learn about potential pitfalls and strategies you could discuss with an attorney.
Owning out of state property is a complex detail in your estate plan. However, a little bit of legal help goes a long way in protecting your assets.
Leaving property to a minor is more complicated than you think. However, establishing a child’s trust makes child inheritance a little bit easier to manage.
Establishing an education trust is a great way to advance your beneficiary’s future. Here’s what you need to know about forming an education trust.