Estate Planning

Planning for the Unthinkable

By Bob Goldberg / March 9, 2022

There’s an old saying in estate planning – “plan for the worst, hope for the best, everything else is wishful thinking”. Parents of minor children under the age of 18 have to plan for the unthinkable – what if both parents are killed in a car wreck? It’s important to understand a will has to…

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4 Reasons Why Estate Planning Is Important

By Bob Goldberg / October 21, 2021

Get an Estate Plan in Georgia, ATL Today Discuss Your Elder Law Options with An Attorney When you hear of an estate, you may think of large mansions, great wealth, stock, and valuable portfolios and possessions. However, estate planning is no longer for the ultra-rich. Instead, it simply gives you a say of how things…

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7 Requirements of An Estate Attorney

By Bob Goldberg / July 30, 2020

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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Legal Issues for People Living with Dementia and Their Caregivers Webinar

By Bob Goldberg / May 5, 2018

Contact Goldberg & Associates Today Learn more about our service to help your design an estate plan for your loved ones today.

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Advance Directives for Dementia

By Bob Goldberg / May 4, 2018

I have met with several families over the past few weeks who have been taking care of loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia for many, many years. Their loved ones have reached the point where they have pretty much no quality life. They are merely existing – being spoon fed, being shifted…

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Recognize, Assist, Include, Support and Engage (RAISE) Family Caregivers

By Bob Goldberg / October 11, 2015

Urge Congress to act on the bill to help our 40 million family caregivers. In 2013, roughly 40 million family caregivers in the United States provided unpaid care valued at about $470 billion to adults who needed help with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, managing medications and transportation. Bipartisan legislation has been…

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Lace up for the LBD 5K so we can take Lewy down!

By Bob Goldberg / October 11, 2015

With your help, the Lewy Body Dementia Association is working to make the LBD 5K a high-profile annual event on the forefront of our efforts to raise awareness. It’s a noncompetitive run/walk open to serious runners and casual walkers of all ages. With so many ways to participate, you don’t even have to take a…

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Interesting Elder Law Articles

By Bob Goldberg / August 4, 2015

Why Falls Should Be Part Of The Doctor-Patient And National Conversation For Older Persons http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertglatter/2015/07/28/why-falls-should-be-part-of-the-doctor-patient-and-national-conversation-for-older-persons/?linkId=15898520 Who Will Care For Us — The Aging, Childless and Single Population? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/carol-marak/who-will-care-for-us—-the-aging-childless-and-single-population_b_7890462.html Honoring Aging Parents’ Independence: Busting The Myth http://www.forbes.com/sites/carolynrosenblatt/2015/07/29/honoring-aging-parents-independence-busting-the-myth/ Making Dementia Friendly Communities The New Normal http://www.forbes.com/sites/billfrist/2015/07/31/making-dementia-friendly-communities-the-new-normal/ Inheritance 101: How to Leave Your Home to Your Kids http://abcnews.go.com/Business/inheritance-101-leave-home-kids/story?id=32788920…

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Organizing Your Aging Parents

By Bob Goldberg / July 27, 2015

Here’s a great article I found in “Family Home Guide” There comes a time in all of our lives when the roles reverse. Suddenly, we are no longer the child and the parenting skills we’ve so carefully honed with our own kids now need to be turned toward our aging parents. It can be one…

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