Seniors now have federal protection, the Senior Safe Act, from financial abuse from either within a family or support system or by scammers taking
In America, a lot of parents do not live close to their children. Managing aging parents or in-law medical events can be a serious challenge without
One of the most important rights of being a US citizen is the right to vote, but this right could be revoked if you became a ward in a guardianship.
As seniors age, they increasingly count on the help from family and friends to take care of their financial and health care matters. They often
A complete estate plan contains a legally binding mandate called a will, describing the distribution of assets upon death. If you die without one
It is critical your “power of attorney” (POA) documents are clear and comprehensive for when the time comes when you are unable to handle your
At the time of your death, the set of legal documents communicating your last wishes and how to divide your assets is called a last will and
Outside Winnie’s room, Kevin stands sobbing. The medical staff just finished inserted a feeding tube into Winnie – an act Kevin knew she didn’t want.
Gray divorce is becoming more common for Americans 50 or older. The term gray divorce generally refers to the baby boomer generation and affects all