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How to Avoid Inheritance Fights Among Your Adult Kids

By Mary W. Quigley, a journalist and author, Posted in AARP Online, Jan 17th, 2017 Adult siblings gather round a conference table in a lawyer’s office, arguing bitterly over an inheritance. “We never thought this would happen to our family,”

Posted in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Inheritance

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Four Key Reasons You Shouldn’t Pay Caregivers Under The Table

You are breaking tax, employment (and potentially immigration) laws; Your homeowners’ insurance likely won’t cover a worker injured in your home; You lose the medical deduction for which the expense likely qualifies; and Payments may be considered gifts that will

Posted in 2015 Newsletter, Elder Law

Caregiver Contracts Now Required

While Caregiver Contracts for services provided by family members have been required by Medicaid for many years, effective October 1, 2015 they are required for independent caregivers. The new policy applies not only to services normally associated with personal care

Posted in 2015 Newsletter, Elder Law

19 Recommendations for Minimizing Inheritance Conflict

By P. Mark Accettura, Esq. Article Highlights Minimizing Inheritance Conflict How you structure your estate at death is an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy of fairness, compassion and love. The estate plan communicates who we remember, love, consider important

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“Arguably the most culturally jarring theory in history, the theory of natural selection gave rise to the Darwinian revolution that changed both science and culture in ways immeasurable.”

- Michael Shermer,
Why Darwin Matters Prologue, 2006

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