When you reach eighteen (18) years of age in Indiana, you can legally contract and execute asset protection and estate planning such as a Last Will and Testament, a Trust, Healthcare Representative, Durable Power of Attorney… Read More »
As part of my estate planning process with clients, especially after the holidays and spending time with family and other loved ones, I discuss considering talking to your loved ones about topics that are important to you… Read More »
The holiday season is the best time of the year to enjoy and spend time with friends and family, and to reflect on the past events of the year, as well as to plan for the future. There are many issues to consider.… Read More »
Are you concerned a loved one may have dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease? Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe the loss of cognitive functioning; planning, thinking, reasoning, and remembering so much that it interferes with daily life.… Read More »
The Indiana Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (POST) Program is a new advance care planning tool designed for those individuals with a disease that is life-limiting or terminal. People with these life-limiting conditions experience diminished benefits from treatments and increased burden as their condition progresses.