Estate Planning

Show your love

Show Your Love

By Miles Hurley | February 14, 2023

What better way to show your love and celebrate Valentine’s Day than to create your estate plan to make things easier on your loved ones? In last week’s blog we shared some theories as to why people put off this important task. However, even with our society’s fear of discussions on incapacity and death, these…

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The Sandwich Generation

Why Estate Plan? Because we love them!

By Miles Hurley | February 7, 2023

Over the past few weeks we have explained the purpose of the Georgia Advance Directive for Healthcare and the Durable Financial Power of Attorney. But we thought before we continue with our legal explanations of important estate planning documents, we would explore the impact on families if these aren’t in place.  So why estate plan?…

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Durable Financial Power of Attorney

What is a Durable Financial Power of Attorney?

By Miles Hurley | January 31, 2023

Last week we explained what a Georgia Advance Directive for Healthcare is and why you should have one.  To create a comprehensive estate plan, you need several documents. To be fully protected and have your financial wishes followed, you should also have a Durable Financial Power of Attorney. One major component of a complete estate…

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GA Advance Directive for Healthcare

Advance Directives

By Miles Hurley | January 24, 2023

What is a Georgia Advance Directive for Healthcare? This document allows you to appoint a person you trust to make healthcare decisions for you should you become unable. It also provides options for more detailed end-of-life care planning such as resuscitation, feeding tubes and antibiotics. In addition, you can nominate a potential guardian (should you…

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Make a Resolution

Make an Important New Year’s Resolution

By Miles Hurley | December 27, 2022

Lose the weight, exercise more…typical New Year’s resolutions. In 2023, why not make a resolution that’s simple to keep? Create a proper estate plan for you and your loved ones.   Hurley Elder Care Law can assist you in making a customized estate plan that meets your family’s needs. Don’t Procrastinate! Although estate planning may be…

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Alzheimer's or dementia?

Is it Alzheimer’s or Dementia???

By Miles Hurley | November 15, 2022

Most of us know someone who has been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease. The Hurley Elder Care Law team has all been touched by this disease…either through our relationship with a client diagnosed with dementia or caring for our own family members living with Alzheimer’s. Nationally, November is known as Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. The aim is…

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Digital Estate

Digital Estate

By Miles Hurley | November 1, 2022

We don’t want to end National Estate Planning Awareness month without addressing the popular and often misunderstood topic of a Digital Estate. What exactly is a Digital Estate?  What does it mean, and how can you protect yours? We live in an increasingly digital world. Technology is ingrained in our day-to-day lives, so much so…

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Estate planning awareness

Estate planning awareness

By Miles Hurley | October 25, 2022

October is National Estate Planning Awareness month. Although this isn’t nearly as exciting as our upcoming holidays and other recognized days throughout the year, it certainly is as important. Why should you take the time to make sure your estate planning is updated and in order? The answer is quite simple, to make things easier…

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Don't delay creating your will

Don’t delay creating a will

By Miles Hurley | August 16, 2022

Did you know that August is “National Make a Will Month”? This may not be widely known but we are fully onboard with the intent of this recognition. This is the perfect time to be reminded of the importance of creating or updating your will. Don’t delay creating your will. Why You Shouldn’t Delay Creating…

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Medicare Savings Programs

Convenience Or Problems: Adding Adult Children to Your Bank Account

By Miles Hurley | August 2, 2022

  Do you plan to add your adult child (or children) to your bank accounts as you age? This can be convenient but may cause issues and create complications within families during your lifetime and after your pass. Why Adding Your Adult Child or Children to Your Accounts Can Be Helpful Susie a 78-year-old widow,…

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