Posted by: Jennifer A. Johnson A family caregiving meeting is an essential tool when dealing with the care of an aging loved one. These meetings are beneficial for helping to keep all family members informed of decisions that need to be made, changes in diagnosis or prognosis, and help to ensure that all family members [...]
Getting the news that you have to undergo major surgery is never easy. Preparing for absences from work, planning for childcare and household responsibilities, and reviewing your estate plan will be among the things you may be worrying about.
Huck Bouma attorneys prepare Powers of Attorney for Property and Healthcare so that when our clients can no longer act for themselves, people they trust will have the authority to act on their behalf.
Huck Bouma is pleased to announce that Kirsten A. Casas has joined the Firm as an associate attorney in its litigation practice group.
Trusts are not just for the wealthy: In states that practice Medicaid recovery, for instance, your survivors may receive a large bill for Medicaid-funded nursing home care after your death, which can force the sale of assets like the family home. Some states even seize life insurance proceeds. Depending on your situation, a trust can prevent this from happening.
If you or a loved one is in the market for a home that will meet a physical or developmental need, there are some tips to consider before you begin the process.
There are several reasons why you should update your existing trust or perhaps your entire estate plan. While estate planning documents do not necessarily have a shelf life, they may not fulfill your goals when your circumstances change.
Huck Bouma is proud to announce that Eric J. Malnar has joined the Firm as a Director in its Litigation Practice area.
The earlier you implement a healthy lifestyle strategy, the greater the potential benefit regarding your longevity.
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