When Do I Need a Living Will? Is it the Same as a DNR?

Do I need a Living Will?

We’re all fairly familiar with the acronym CPR, for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – a process that uses mouth-to-mouth or machine breathing and chest compressions to restore activity in the heart and lungs when someone’s heart has stopped or they are no Read More …

Avoid Tax & Medicaid Consequences: 6 Tips to Consider When Gifting to Grandchildren

Big Grandparent Gifts - Avoid Taxes and Medicaid Issues

Grandparents often are particularly generous to grandchildren as they see their family’s legacy continuing on to a new generation. In many cases, grandparents feel they have ample resources and their children or grandchildren may be struggling financially. Assistance with summer Read More …

Paying Relatives for Caregiver Services? This Case Shows Why a Contract Could be in Order.

Family Caregiver Agreement

A growing number of people are entering into caregiver contracts with their family members.  These contracts, also called personal service or personal care agreements, have many benefits, including rewarding the family member for indispensable help.  Unfortunately when family caregivers keep Read More …