Aging Ally and Pets: Making a Plan for Care

Aging Ally

Our September newsletter discussed the importance of including your pets in your estate plan. After sending our newsletter, we received a great deal of interest in Pet Trusts so we thought we would share more information about Aging Ally  for our pet lover followers. Pet owners aging without a limited support structure Hurley Elder Care…

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Long-term care facilities to benefit from new executive order

The September 15, 2020 executive order from the Governor’s office is providing a pathway for long-term care facilities like skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities to engage in additional activities including family visitations. Long-term care facilities have borne the brunt of  COVID-19 infections and fatalities and a measured approach to a gradual reopening is welcome…

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Pet trusts: Planning for your pets as part of your estate plan


In our September newsletter, we discussed the benefits of creating a pet trust. Today we will explore some of the intricacies of pet trusts as well as the importance of working with an attorney experienced in the creation of a pet trust. Planning for your pets should be part of your estate planning. The benefits…

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A pet trust as part of your long-term care plan

Pet Trust

What is a pet trust and how can establishing one, help you take care of your furry friends? For many of us, a pet is a true part of the family. According to the ASPCA, about 44% of households have a dog, while 35% have a cat. There are proven health benefits to owning a…

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Zoom meeting? Learn how with these quick instructions.

Zoom meeting

  Zoom meetings have been a lifesaver for businesses as well as families.  Whether you are staying connected with your grandkids in a different state or communicating with clients, technology has allowed us to build and maintain meaningful relationships. At Hurley Elder Care Law, we utilize Zoom video conferencing because it is easy to use…

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