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Your Right To Copies of Your Medical Records

Under Washington State law you have the right to examine and obtain copies of your medical records. The statute in part reads: “Patients need access to their own health care information as a matter of fairness to enable them to make informed decisions about their...

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How Much Does Estate Planning Cost?

Proper Estate Planning is necessary to protect yourself, your assets, and your loved ones – and it is for everyone, not just seniors or people who consider themselves “wealthy.” A comprehensive Estate Plan can give you control over your assets and spare your loved...

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Your Right To Copies of Your Medical Records

Under Washington State law you have the right to examine and obtain copies of your medical records. The statute in part reads: "Patients need access to their own health care information as a matter of fairness to enable them to make informed decisions about their...

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Do I Need Long-Term Care Insurance?

Planning for the costs of Long-Term Care is an essential part of comprehensive Estate Planning. As life expectancy rises, the likelihood of needing Long-Term Care also rises. The costs of Long-Term Care can be enormous, often $10,000 to $12,000 per month. Purchasing...

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Understanding Medicare’s Part D Program

Medicare is a federally funded health insurance program available to people 65 or older or who have certain disabilities, regardless of income or assets. While Medicare plans pay for health care expenses, many plans do not automatically cover the cost of most...

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