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Back To Your Roots

November 15th, 2020 (No Comments)

Sometimes you have to go back to your roots to move forward. We stand on the shoulders of our parents, our grandparents. Soon, we will be the roots. Let us help you build a firm foundation and plan at McIntyre Elder Law. Visit us today: mcelderlaw.com. IN PERSON . VIDEO CONSULT . PHONE CONSULT Book […]

How can I be HURT by simply NOT KNOWING?

November 14th, 2020 (No Comments)

Knowledge is power in a legal maze of changing rules and laws. From taxes to changes in the law regarding long term care benefits. Stay INFORMED! Learn what you NEED TO KNOW to protect your children and grandchildren. Leave a legacy of life long learning. Signup for the FREE Elder Law Report eNewsletter TODAY! SIGN […]

Adult Guardianship: What is it and when is it needed?

November 9th, 2020 (No Comments)

Overview Guardianship is a legal process that involves the adjudication of an allegedly incompetent person and the appointment of a Guardian over that person. In other words, a court makes a determination, based on the evidence presented, as to whether a person is incapable of making important decisions concerning their own personal welfare and/or financial […]

How Can I Afford Estate Planning?

November 8th, 2020 (No Comments)

Anyone can afford estate planning. We have clients from all walks of like and we have trained checkout personnel that will work with you to help you achieve your goals and plan. IN PERSON . VIDEO CONSULT . PHONE CONSULT Book Your FREE CONSULT Today!

What did you forget to do???

November 5th, 2020 (No Comments)

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When Mail Order Brides Go Bad:

October 29th, 2020 (No Comments)

I understand that the title of this article implies that some experiences with mail order brides go “go right.” That may be a leap, given the inherit pitfalls of post-office-initiated love. However, I am sure some folks have success on the retail side of courtship. And just like any bad relationship, the ones that go […]

How to Kill a Trust

October 23rd, 2020 (No Comments)

So, your loved one did the right thing. They planned ahead and utilized a trust to pass their assets safely and efficiently. You know enough about trusts to know that you don’t need to go through probate. However, what do you need to do? Distribution of Assets             The trustee needs to distribute the assets […]

ADMISSION INTO A NURSING HOME: What am I signing?

October 21st, 2020 (No Comments)

Under Federal law and the Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987, virtually all nursing facilities nationwide must meet specific requirements and adhere to certain standards. Most importantly, federal law prohibits these facilities from requiring financial guarantees from third party individuals.  In other words, a facility cannot require a resident’s family member to sign or co-sign […]

Probate: why I study the process just to try to avoid it

October 18th, 2020 (No Comments)

Before I began to practice in Elder Law, I always assumed that if you went through the probate process then that meant you were doing something right.  Probate is the legal process that a court uses to authenticate a will, or in situations where someone passes without a will it is how a court administers […]

Why are life’s best decisions the toughest?

October 16th, 2020 (No Comments)

Greg is really struggling with some tough decisions with growing the firm and his role. All of life’s best decisions are the toughest and that includes estate planning. In this Elder Law Report we examine the value of not holding on too tight. If we can help with your tough decisions let us know: mcelderlaw.com. […]

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