When you're caring for a parent with dementia, there are some things you need to do to stay on the right side of the law. It's common for aging adults to deal with conditions like dementia or Alzheimer's disease, so understanding when your parent is no longer able to...
Month: March 2018
How to choose a power of attorney
On Behalf of Salem Shor & Saperstein, LLP | Mar 14, 2018 | Probate/estate Administration
As you begin thinking about who will care for your children should you die tragically young or where your assets will go upon your death later in life, you also need to consider a power of attorney. This is an important designation that is included in any and all...
3 estate planning errors to avoid
On Behalf of Salem Shor & Saperstein, LLP | Mar 8, 2018 | Estate Planning
Making a major mistake with your estate plan could result in financial ruin, trouble in court or massive taxes. There are dozens of things that could go wrong, but a few are more likely than the others.Leaving your assets outright to your children is one of the major...
3 common misconceptions of Medicaid
On Behalf of Salem Shor & Saperstein, LLP | Mar 7, 2018 | Blog
Medicaid is a vital safety net in the United States. Approximately 74 million Americans receive health benefits through the program. This includes people with disabilities, senior citizens and children. There is a good probability either you or someone you...
The right to challenge a will: What you should know
On Behalf of Salem Shor & Saperstein, LLP | Mar 2, 2018 | Will Contests
When you think about someone you love dying, the last thing you imagine is having to fight over his or her will. Despite that, many families do end up struggling as a result of changes to wills they never saw coming. The fortunate thing is that anyone with a valid...
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