Monthly Archives: December 2017

Estate Planning Attorney: What are Death Taxes? If you have been listening or watching any news recently, you have likely heard the term “estate tax” at least once and probably multiple times. The estate tax has become a major factor in the new congressional tax plan, with its proposed abolition. Regardless of how the estate […]

Wills and Trusts Attorney: Common Elements of a Will If you have a large estate, you will or have already likely made a will and a trust. However, if you do not have a sizeable estate, it is still recommended that everybody have a last will and testament. While not as complicated as having a […]

Elder Law: What You Need to Know About Medicare If your parents are seniors or approaching that age, medical care is likely on your mind. Long-term health care is not only an emotionally stressful prospect, but it is also expensive. What makes it even tougher is that your parents will likely be on a Medicare […]

Elder Law: How to Handle Your Parents’ Debt As parents approach their elderly years, the stresses of the child certainly rise. You have to think about how you are going to take care of your parents deciding whether or not you will care for them in their home or if a nursing home is a […]

1031 Exchanges: How the GOP Tax Plan Impacts Exchanges Anybody who even half-heartedly keeps up with the news knows that the new GOP tax plan has been the talk of the country for the last month or so. And while our representatives in Washington are working towards a conclusion, the average citizen is a wonder […]