TV Lessons in Estate Planning: The Brady Bunch

Originally posted on Herzog Herald:
by David A. Kubikian Season 2, Episode 6 Background: The Brady Bunch is a sitcom that first aired on ABC on September 26, 1969 and ended five short years later in 1974. It went on to syndication and has gained a cult following generation after generation. The show also spawned numerous…

Having the Estate Planning Talk

By: Jane-Marie Schaeffer, Esq. As family members gather together for the holidays, it is a good time to check in with aging parents and other relatives and see how they are doing.  For many children who live far away from their parents, or simply busy throughout the year with work and their own families, they […]
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Estate Planning for Individuals with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness month. We often say that everyone over age 18 needs some sort of “Estate Plan”, but it is especially true for those showing signs of or are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. An estimated 5.4 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer’s disease in 2016. As Alzheimer’s is […]
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Helping Veterans with Long Term Care Costs

By: Jane-Marie Schaeffer, Esq. On Veteran’s Day, we honor those who have served our country.  Our government offers many benefits to veterans to repay them for their service, one of which is assistance with paying for long-term care costs.  This VA benefit, which is called the Aid and Attendance Benefit, is available to wartime veterans […]
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