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Senior Isolation in The Time of COVID-19

Senior Isolation in The Time of COVID-19

Senior Isolation in The Time of COVID-19For several months now, we’ve been following the advice of public health officials to stay home as much as possible to reduce our risk of contracting COVID-19. Seniors especially need to limit their exposure to others as COVID-19 could be life threatening in older populations. However, sheltering at home has […]

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You're Probably Not Suing Anyone Because Your Loved One Got COVID-19

You’re Probably Not Suing Anyone Because Your Loved One Got COVID-19

You’re Probably Not Suing Anyone Because Your Loved One Got COVID-19The population we serve is at great risk due to COVID-19, especially those who are both elderly and have some sort of pre-existing condition (or in medicalspeak, a comorbidity). We have heard any number of reports in the last weeks about the virus ravaging assisting […]

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Electronic Notaries And Estate Planning In the Time of the Virus

Electronic Notaries And Estate Planning In the Time of the Virus

Electronic Notaries And Estate Planning In the Time of the VirusYou either know how will signings work because you’ve done one, or you’ve been a witness to one, or you have seen one on TV. A bunch of people crowd together in a room, most of the time (but not always) in the lawyer’s office. […]

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What Benefits Are Available to Veterans?

What Benefits Are Available to Veterans?

What Benefits Are Available to Veterans?A question we hear a lot is “What benefits am I (or my parent, spouse, etc.) entitled to as a veteran of the U.S. military?” It’s a straightforward question, but unfortunately, the answer can get complicated. The good news is that there are several different benefits out there for veterans. As […]

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What Does it Mean to Be A Guardian?

What Does it Mean to Be A Guardian?There may come a time in your life when a person you love—whether it’s a parent, grandparent, a spouse, a family member with a disability, or even a minor child—becomes unable to care for themselves due to physical or mental limitations. At that point you may find yourself […]

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