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What I Learned the Hard Way About Estate Planning, and What You Can Do Differently.

The fall of my final year of law school, before I knew for sure what my future career specialties would be, my father passed away.

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Disposal of Cremated Remains

Our clients sometimes request our legal opinion regarding the lawful disposal of cremated remains of a family member.

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Durable Power of Attorney for Finances

One of the most prolific issues concerning vulnerable adults is financial abuse or exploitation, defined as taking financial advantage of a disabled or elderly victim to the detriment of the victim.

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Health Care Power of Attorney

Medical science has improved greatly and can often keep you alive in situations that previously would have caused death.

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Living Trusts

A Living Trust is an agreement between you (the Settlor or Trustor) and an individual or entity (the Trustee) made during your lifetime.

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Probate in Wisconsin

Probate is a process whereby the government assures that a deceased person’s assets are distributed to his or her heirs or beneficiaries following payment of just debts.

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Latest John Oliver Rant Details Failings of Our Long-Term Care System

In a profanity-laced episode of his HBO show that is by turns hilarious and deeply disturbing, comedian John Oliver delivers one of his trademark rants, this one exposing the “abuse and neglect” that he says are all-too-prevalent in our system of long-term care.

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Dual Eligibility: How Qualifying for Both Medicare and Medicaid Can Help with Costs

Qualifying for Medicare hardly means free health care -- there are still premiums and deductibles.

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President Biden Proposes Billions in Increased Funding for Home Health Care

President Biden has introduced a plan to spend $400 billion over eight years on home and community-based care for the elderly and people with disabilities.

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