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Coping with an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Imagine your doctor telling explaining that you have Alzheimer’s disease or some other type of dementia. Then, imagine being told, ‘I’m sorry, there’s nothing we can do. You might want to start getting your affairs in order.’ Those newly diagnosed with Alzheimer’s...

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Raising Awareness About Alzheimer’s and Dementia

In signing this new legislation, Governor Baker of Massachusetts stated: “Raising awareness about Alzheimer’s and dementia is key to supporting the Massachusetts families who are impacted by this horrible disease.”  The governor when on to say: “This legislation will...

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Am I Obligated to Pay My Spouse’s Debts?

Whether a surviving spouse is responsible for a deceased spouse's debt depends on several factors.  Here are some facts.  It’s not uncommon for a spouse to suddenly find themselves the fiduciary of their deceased spouse’s estate plan which means determining what debt...

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Calling Single Parents: Estate Planning is Essential

Whether single by choice, divorce or the death of a spouse, single parents typically don’t have the security of a second income or a safety net. Single parents need a financial plan to prepare for unanticipated events. A plan will also help with care for the children...

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How Aretha Franklin Didn’t ‘Cash In’

It’s become a common scenario: a star who worked past their traditional retirement age and was beloved by generations dies with career earnings that wouldn’t even pay a corporate CEO salary for one year. Aretha Franklin sold 75 million records and is credited as a...

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Sadly, It May Be Time To Ask About An “Opioid Trust”

I have had a lot of questions lately about how parents can protect a child who had a substance abuse disorder. The American Family Survey is commissioned annually by the Deseret News and conducted by YouGov, found that 12% of families in 2017 said they had an...

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Aging in America: Are You Ready?

Americans aren’t readying themselves for the costs of getting old! It may be one of the biggest disconnects in the USA: the gap between how many Americans will need long-term care versus what people actually think they’ll need. Roughly 70% of Americans will need some...

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When Did You Update Critical Beneficiary Designations?

It’s important to review the beneficiary designations on accounts like life insurance, IRAs and pensions. There have been many cases of retirement account owners who have been divorced and remarried but failed to update their beneficiary designations. If you forget,...

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Naming Guardians for Young Kids? You’d Better Have a Will!

Families with young children should add a clause to their wills that names a guardian, in the event both parents are unable to provide care. If you die without a will, you won’t have the opportunity to designate the guardian you want to care for your minor children....

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Coping with an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Posted on September 21, 2018
Imagine your doctor telling explaining that you have Alzheimer’s disease or some other type of dementia.

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