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How To Pay For Long-Term Care

When an elderly loved one is beginning to require regular healthcare, whether it’s at home, an assisted living center, or a nursing home, coming up with the finances for the care is often more overwhelming than having to come to terms with a loved one who is aging. It’s an unfortunate fact that long-term healthcare…

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Tips To Support Alzheimer’s, Dementia Caregivers

An Alzheimer’s diagnosis is overwhelming to say the least, obviously for the one with the diagnosis but also for the family and those who will be the closest caregivers as well. Whether your loved one is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s or has progressed into the late stages of the disease, there is a…

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Estate Planning: Must-Have Documents and Why You Need to Do it Now

Estate planning is typically something that is put off until we reach retirement age or maybe even well after. But waiting to create an estate plan can be dangerous, resulting in various issues that the remaining family will need to manage. Now more than ever, everyone needs to start thinking about and planning for their…

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Caring For Elderly Parents From a Distance

The pandemic has certainly made many aspects of life incredibly difficult, and managing the care of a loved one from afar is part of it. This could mean trying to care for them when you’re in the same city but need to remain socially distant, or you could be in another state. Trying to communicate…

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4 Easy Steps To Decluttering Your Home

Clutter. It seems to be everywhere sometimes, doesn’t it? It can seem overwhelming, too: you want to clean it up, but where do you even start? Or how? If your clutter is giving you anxiety, don’t worry. Your Peachtree attorney has a foolproof, four-step plan to get rid of the clutter in your home for…

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Visiting Aging Parents During the Holidays

Our boys, Simon & Seth are coming home for the holidays and we are very excited about seeing them. On a sad note, we haven’t seen my dad since the Covid pandemic started and we won’t be spending the holidays with him. I hope you will be able to visit your aging parents, with appropriate…

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7 Requirements of An Estate Attorney

We all have roles in life: to some people we may be children, to others, colleagues, to still others, students and teachers and friends and so on. Each of these roles carries with it a set of expectations that should be fulfilled. It can be difficult to know what kind of expectations we should establish…

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What and Who Do You Leave Behind If You Don’t Have Children?

More and more people all over the world are making the decision to stay childfree. They make this decision based on a variety of factors. Some don’t feel as if they could afford children. Some have other passions that fill their lives besides children. Others worry that they wouldn’t be good parents, thanks to the…

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The Coronavirus Conversation You Need To Have

The basics of the coronavirus have become clear for most of us — wash your hands, tay at home, stay informed (but not too much), and take care of yourself. While these are all essential elements of survival during the global pandemic currently sweeping through our world, legal professionals and doctors would like you to…

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