Month: June 2017

Why Everyone Should Have A Will

  Many people believe that they need to be rich to need a Will or to need Estate Planning documents. This is not true. Estate...

How Do I Sign Documents When I Am Physically Unable?

In Washington State you can execute legal documents even if you are physically unable to sign your name. State law allows for a Notary Public...

What is Estate Recovery?

Estate recovery is the process through which the State to recovers the costs of medical services it has paid  from the estate of the person...

Warning Signs A Senior Relative Needs Assistance

When physical or mental capabilities diminish, a person may begin to need assistance. If you have aging parents or other senior relatives, it’s important to...

The Community First Choice Program For Personal Care and Other Services

The Community First Choice (CFC) Program is a Medicaid program that offers personal care and other services. It was authorized by the Affordable Care Act...

Free Seminar – Learn Why Asset Protection Planning Is For Everyone

Did you know that asset protection planning is for everyone, not just seniors or people who consider themselves “wealthy”? We invite you to join us...

Alzheimer’s or Dementia Diagnosis, Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. It is the most common cause of dementia in older adults. According...

Lessons Learned From Caring For Aging Parents

In any given year more than 65 million people provide care for chronically ill, disabled, or aging family members. Many of these caregivers are children...

Living With Assistance: Home Care and Home Support Services

When a person needs Long-Term Care there are a number of options for where that care can be delivered. Nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and...

Specialty Services for Memory Care

Roughly 70% of adults over the age of 65 will need Long-Term Care at some point in their lives, according to the U.S. Department of...