Envision a Norman Rockwell painting of a row of rocking chairs along a dusty country driveway. Today an estate sale is being held and the house has been emptied of every piece of furniture and item ever once touched by the former residents.… Read More


When thinking about retirement two common concerns are generally “Am I saving enough for retirement?” and “How much money will I actually need for retirement?” Financial security is always a major consideration but emotional security is equally important.… Read More


According to a report from The American College of Emergency Physicians dated in early 2016 a majority of people in the United States do not have the proper type of power of attorney to cover health care or financial issues. In fact, “only about a quarter of Americans currently have an advance directive – like a living will.”… Read More


Time gives the appearance of both standing still and passing quickly. Even as mature adults we envision our parents as parents, not as individuals. Each person has a story to tell. Following generations will value knowing the people who were a part of the formation of their family and identity.… Read More


These areas of rulings help protect the elderly as well as prepare them for their Golden Years in matters of finance and care. Elder Law addresses regulations to protect citizens, especially those with specific needs. As most people reach their senior years, there are many different factors to consider. How finances will be managed, health… Read More