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An Unfunded Estate Plan is Like an Empty Bucket
Posted March 03, 2015

An Unfunded Estate Plan is Like an Empty Bucket By: Alan G. Orlowsky When it comes to estate planning in Illinois, you will often hear the phrase “title equals result.” The phrase means that the ultimate results of an estate plan will depend on how each asset in the estate is titled. If something is […]

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Important Medicaid Information for Illinois in 2015
Posted February 19, 2015

Important Medicaid Information for Illinois in 2015 By: Alan G. Orlowsky In order to stay up to date on Medicaid planning, it is important to know about the updates that the program has made in Illinois for this year. The Illinois Medicaid program announced information for 2015 regarding spousal protection, asset transfers, income, home equity […]

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Elder Law: Long-Term Care Insurance – Program Overview
Posted February 13, 2015

Long-Term Care Insurance: Program Overview By: Alan G. Orlowsky As more seniors are living longer, many are considering whether long-term care insurance is the right choice for them. However, a lot of seniors are unaware of what long-term care insurance consists of, what types exist, and what considerations to make when purchasing a policy. This […]

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Contested Estates – Avoiding Family Disputes over Personal Property
Posted February 06, 2015

Contested Estates – Avoiding Family Disputes over Personal Property By: Alan G. Orlowsky It is quite often Estates are contested by the children and the personal property can causes the most heartache and disruption in families after a death. During Probate or Estate Administration money doesn’t usually have any sentimental attachment, but personal property can have a perceived […]

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