Tag Archives: Disability

TV Lessons in Estate Planning: The Brady Bunch

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 holiday/reunion specials and two major […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: The Simpsons

by David A. Kubikian Season 2, Episode 5 Background: The Simpsons is an animated sitcom that first aired on FOX on December 17, 1989. The series, which has been on the air for the last 27 (TWENTY-SEVEN!!!) seasons, revolves around the Simpson family and their friends and neighbors in Anytown, USA a.k.a Springfield. The Family Tree: […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: Happy Days

by David A. Kubikian Season 2, Episode 4 Background: Happy Days was a sitcom that first aired on ABC on January 15, 1974.  The series, which was on the air for 11 seasons, revolved around the Cunningham family in the mid-1950s through mid-1960s.  The Cunninghams lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and were your normal middle class family. […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: Beverly Hills, 90210

by David A. Kubikian Season 2, Episode 3 Background: Beverly Hills, 90210 made its television debut on October 4, 1990 on Fox and had an initial run of 10 years. The teenage soap opera revolved around a group of friends attending the posh West Beverly Hills High School and then followed them through the trials […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: Family Ties

by David A. Kubikian Season 2, Episode 2 Background: Family Ties is a sitcom that first aired on NBC on September 22, 1982. The series, which ended in 1989, revolves around the Keaton family living in Columbus, Ohio in basically real time (during the Reagan Administration). The Family Tree: Steven and Elyse are parents to […]
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Q&A: Medicaid Planning

There are many things to consider when applying for Medicaid and the process can be very confusing. It’s also important to start planning for Medicaid before you actually need to apply. Below are some frequently asked questions we hear from individuals regarding Medicaid planning and eligibility. Question: What is Medicaid? Answer: Medicaid is a Federally, […]
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Q&A: Special Needs Planning

With October being National Special Needs Law Month, it’s a good opportunity to answer some frequently asked questions regarding special needs planning. Question: What is Special Needs Planning? Answer: Special Needs Planning is a holistic approach to assisting individuals with special needs – such as physical or intellectual disabilities and their families with legal issues […]
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