Last week we likely surprised you and made you do a double take by stating that divorce rates have doubled since 1990 for adults over 50. This trend, called Gray Divorce, has caused Hurley Elder Care Law to take time to look at our own practice and make sure we educate our clients on the…Read More
Last week we all agreed that death is not a fun or easy topic to think about much less take the time to plan for in advance. We also discussed what probate is and shared some advice on how to go through the probate steps. What we didn’t have time to discuss is what situations…Read More
Most adults do not have a complete estate plan. We know—it’s expensive, time-consuming, stressful, and overall unpleasant to think about. Not planning for your potential incapacity and your death is even more expensive and time-consuming. If you die without a will or trust, you’ll lose control over who inherits your stuff and who…Read More
This is the year for finally getting your estate plan done! We know that most adults put off estate planning. The whole thing can seem unnecessary, overwhelming, and expensive. Our aim is to show you that estate planning does not have to complicated, expensive, or stressful. This week and for the next several weeks,…Read More
Let’s make this the year you finally tackle some of those tasks that you’ve been putting off. At the top of your New Year’s resolution list should be your estate plan. Most adults put off estate planning for several reasons: 1) It seems overwhelming and confusing; 2) It seems terribly complicated and expensive; 3)…Read More
It’s unbelievable, but 2019 is almost over. As we approach the new year, it’s time to start thinking about new year’s resolutions. This year it’s time to make estate planning a part of your new year’s resolutions. Like most people, you’ve probably been putting off your estate planning. It can seem too confusing, too expensive,…Read More
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