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According to an article published on the Live Science.com[1], last March, two detectives went to a funeral home and asked to see a body. The reason? They wanted to review digital information on the dead man’s cellphone.  But to unlock the man's phone they needed his fingerprints, according to news reports. And though the detectives were granted acce...

July 24, 2018

He left all his money to her?!?!

Building assets for retirement may seem like challenge enough, but designating beneficiaries to inherit those assets can bring an entirely new set of considerations into the mix.

While it may seem simple to use the first name that comes to mind (a spouse, a  child or a sibling) on the beneficiary designation form, you...

When is the last time you updated your beneficiary designations?

It's truly amazing the amount of people who have prior spouses or deceased relatives still named as a beneficiary on a retirement account at a former employer, or on a life insurance policy purchased long ago.  But leaving a spouse or significant other as a beneficiary was that due to '...

Although a nursing home cannot require a child to be personally liable for their parent's nursing home bill, there are circumstances in which children can end up having to pay.  

Federal regulations prevent a nursing home from requiring a third party to be personally liable as a condition of admission. However, children of nursing home residents...

The parent-child relationship is pretty defined. Children generally don’t advise their parents. However, this dynamic can shift as parents get older and adult children may start to have certain questions about the way mom and dad have planned for the eventualities of aging. 

Being aware of what plans have been made opens the door for a conversation a...

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