Who Can Help You When You Need It The Most?

We often tell clients that effective estate planning doesn’t just involve handling matters after your death, but, more importantly, involves making provisions for your care while you are living, but suffer a disabling event which prevents you from acting for yourself. Every adult should have a Designation of Health Care Surrogate to designate someone (and […]

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Should You Bring An Expert Witness to a Mediation?

In many litigation matters, experts will be needed to prove up your client’s case.  For example, in a business divorce, an economist or certified public accountant may be needed to prove up the economics involved in attempting to secure an equitable division of assets. In real estate litigation involving a boundary dispute, a survey expert […]

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Elder Law Attorney Discusses Long Term Care Planning with Caregiver Support Group

On April 11, 2017, the firm’s elder law attorney, Elizabeth Allen, gave a presentation on long term care planning to members of the Alzheimer’s Support Group at Hyde Park United Methodist Church hosted by Jennifer Green of Right At Home. This group is comprised of caregivers to individuals with Alzheimer’s.  They meet every second Tuesday […]

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