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Significant Advantages of Employing an Immigration and Citizenship Attorney?
Health and Welfare Powers of Attorney
5 Warning Signs to Recognize Senior Abuse
Excuses People Use to Avoid Making a Lasting Power of Attorney and Why They Are Wrong
Basics of Estate Planning: Funding Your Trust
The Probate Process - Part One
What to Know Before You Plan Your Estate
Estate Planning Issues for Married Couples
Five Common Misconceptions About Powers of Attorney
Retirement Plans and Estate Planning

Videos

Aging Parents Taking Too Many Pills

Are your aging parents taking too many pills? Parents memory loss, too many drugs to manage without help, lack of money to pay for them or other factors can mess up the best of medical intentions.


Bankruptcy or Foreclosure

Many people confuse, or think, that these two issues are always intertwined with each other. The truth is that sometimes they are but that having one issue does not necessarily mean the other follows along.


Buyer Beware

If you have questions about this video or any questions related to Real Estate or Real Estate Law, reach out for a free consultation.


Live Too Long

The future that many people plan for is to adequately plan for their retirement but they fail to plan for what happens when they live too long and, coincidentally, people that live too long become sicker more often. So all the retirement dollars go out the window.


Long Term Care Insurance

Most people have heard about long term care insurance. It takes over when your health insurance and Medicare quit paying benefits for your care.


Mom & Dad Married 40-50 Years

The scenario is quite common, Mom & Dad have been married for 40 to 50 years. One of them develops Alzheimer's symptoms.


MTA 2014 Doug interview - Shelby This Week

Doug discusses important issues facing the state: Term Limits, Part Time Legislature, Medical Marijuana and Sharing Costs For Local Road Repairs.


Parents Move Into Your House

Mom, or Dad as the case may be, I will never move you into a nursing home or force you to move out of your house. The worst thing that could happen is that you can move in with me, at my house.


Senior Moments - Episode 1


Use Quit Claim Deeds To Protect Real Property

Many families attempt to utilize quit claim deeds to protect real property, such as parents homes. This is done in a majority of cases to avoid opening a probate estate when the elder person passes away.