Does Your Estate Plan Hold Up In a Pandemic?

Does Your Estate Plan Hold Up In a Pandemic?

The World Health Organization (WHO) gave name to the disease-causing the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak on February 11, 2020. The coronavirus disease 2019 shortly after became known by its abbreviation, CO for corona, VI for virus, D for disease, and 19 for the year...
Growing Popularity of Solo Living, Housemates, and Independent Living

Growing Popularity of Solo Living, Housemates, and Independent Living

Solo aging is becoming more prevalent especially in the baby boomer population. However, many Americans are running out of family caregivers to assist them in their quest for elderly living independence. The ratio of caregivers to care recipients has fallen and is...
The Importance of Seniors Engaging in Estate Planning

The Importance of Seniors Engaging in Estate Planning

When it comes to establishing and creating wills and estate plans, senior Americans outpace their younger counterparts. Still, a significant number — 19 percent of those over age 72 and 42 percent of those between 53 and 71, according to survey data — lack any type of...
Early Signs of Alzheimer’s To Look Out For

Early Signs of Alzheimer’s To Look Out For

The best way to treat Alzheimer’s disease is to catch it early. Catching it early provides the best opportunities for treatment, support, and planning for the future. The Alzheimer’s Association (www.alz.org) has released the following list of signs and symptoms that...