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Why Many Seniors Need (But Don’t Obtain) Medicaid Planning
Posted March 23, 2016

Why Many Seniors Need (But Don’t Obtain) Medicaid Planning Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky It is a fact that as we age there is a chance that we might find ourselves placed in a retirement home or nursing home facility. Sometimes one or both spouses might decide to enter a home or facility together, whereas […]

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Have you planned for your Digital Assets?
Posted March 16, 2016

Have you planned for your Digital Assets? Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky Have you ever considered what happens to your family pictures and all of your other digital assets after you die? It seems that traditional photo albums are fast becoming a quaint practice of earlier non-digital generations. Today, most holidays, summer vacations, travel, graduations, […]

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The Validity of No-Contest Clauses in Wills
Posted March 16, 2016

The Validity of No-Contest Clauses in Wills Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky Some families seem to live together harmoniously and resolve all disputes and disagreements amicably. Other families seem ready to attack one another upon the slightest of provocations. Individuals with families that fall more into the second category often worry about what might happen […]

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When Co-Administrators Cannot Agree
Posted March 03, 2016

When Co-Administrators Cannot Agree Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky While it is not commonplace, some individuals choose to nominate two co-executors over their estate in their wills (or the grantor of a trust will appoint two co-trustees). When such an arrangement is utilized, the purpose is generally to ensure that one executor trustee does not […]

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