Estate Planning and Dementia – How Setting Your Affairs in Order Will Ease the Stress on Your Family20170914144029
Estate Planning and Dementia – How Setting Your Affairs in Order Will Ease the Stress on Your Family
Hammond Law GroupSeptember 14, 2017Alzheimer's Disease, Durable Power of Attorney, elder care law, end-of-life care, estate attorney, estate lawyer, Estate Planning, estate planning attorney, estate planning for dementia, estate planning law firm, estate planning trusts, Last Will & Testament, living will, medicaid attorney, Medicaid lawyer, revocable living trust, trust and estate planning, trust estate planning healthcare power of attorney, universal HIPAA release, what is estate planning?0 comments
A diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia is an emotional and difficult time, not just for the person immediately affected; their...
Advance Medical Directives: Top Three Problems of Living Wills20110314071826
Hammond Law GroupMarch 14, 2011Advance Medical Directives, Durable Power of Attorney, Living Wills0 comments
Part of the comprehensive estate planning process is drafting a set of advance medical directives to allow you to control your medical decisions in th...
Incapacity Planning and Long Distance Care20110115083613
Hammond Law GroupJanuary 15, 2011Durable Power of Attorney, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Incapacity Planning, parents, Senior Citizens0 comments
It is estimated that approximately 7 million Americans care for a senior relative long distance. Not only do they face the emotional burdens, but they...
Three Alternatives to Guardianship20101210114354
Hammond Law GroupDecember 10, 2010Advance Medical Directives, Durable Power of Attorney, Elder Law, Guardianship, Incapacity Planning, trusts0 comments
A guardian is a surrogate decision-maker appointed by the court to make either personal and/or financial decisions for a minor or for an adult with me...
Ensuring Your Power of Attorney is Accepted20101201072438