Power of Attorney Resources
Now that you are over 18 and headed off to college or on your own, decisions your parents used to make for you are up to you. Welcome to adulting! In the past, your parents
An often overlooked but essential requirement for college-age children is legal preparation. Before your child leaves for school, be sure that you have the legal documents in place to protect them if something happens. It
With a Power of Attorney, you (the principal) can select in advance who you would like to act on your behalf in case you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
With the Coronavirus making headlines across the globe, it’s the perfect time to make sure you’re prepared for an emergency.
In most cases Social Security benefits will be counted as income toward Medicaid eligibility, however, there are some exceptions. Rules, restrictions, and in…
It is possible for individuals with disabilities or other qualifying factors to receive both Medicaid and Social Security. However, it is essential to unders…