ELG Estate Planning Blog

“I Love You” Wills
What Can Go Wrong?

It just makes sense. You’re married and you want to provide for your spouse after you pass. Logic suggests that the best way to ensure that your spouse is provided for is to leave everything to them through your Will. It should just be a simple matter of stating in...

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3 Reasons the Golden Years Are Not-So-Golden

We are older and presumably, wiser. But just because we are wiser does not mean that life gets easier as we age. In fact, as any senior can tell you, it becomes more difficult. There are three major issues that seniors often face as they age: medical issues, legal...

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Bruce Willis, Aphasia and You

We probably shouldn’t be shocked, but it seems fair to say that most of us were, when we heard that the beloved actor, Bruce Willis, was diagnosed with aphasia, a language disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate. By going public with this intensely...

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Creating Joy to Lessen Sorrow at the Holidays

These past couple of years we’ve all experienced a bit of what it’s like to be socially isolated and alone. For most of us, this is only temporary. But for many seniors and people with disabilities living in care facilities, being alone without visits from friends or...

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5 Reasons the End of You is Not the End of You

By Guest Contributor Janet Lee Kraft, author of  Leaving Lightly: Getting Your Affairs in Order So All You Leave Behind is Love Once a person has passed from this physical world, common sense would tell you that that’s the end of them. Common sense would be...

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6 Essential Steps to DIY Probate

Probate can be complicated and knowing where to start and what essential steps are needed will help you successfully navigate this process. First, what is Probate? Probate is the legal process of settling the estate of a decedent – the legal term for someone who has...

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