Monthly Archives: July 2014

Understanding Dementia, and Planning for It


Dementia is a general term referring to a broad range of symptoms affecting memory and thinking. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, accounting for 60-80% of all dementia cases. Some may use the word “senility” to describe an individual with short-term memory loss, but this is inaccurate, because senility refers to mental [...]

Understanding Dementia, and Planning for It2018-05-15T23:50:29+00:00

When Dementia Emerges


After Mary’s father was admitted to the hospital, Mary visited her mother at home. It wasn’t long before she noticed things weren’t quite right. On the coffee table was a stack of unopened mail and bills, some past due. Her parents had never missed a bill payment! The refrigerator was nearly bare. What had they [...]

When Dementia Emerges2018-05-15T23:42:51+00:00

Is Your Business at Risk Without a Trust?


If you have no personal estate plan, chances are you have no Trust established to protect your business in the event of your absence, death or disability. Without a Business Trust, your loved ones may find themselves financially trapped. With a Trust, your business can continue to operate free of court interference. If something should [...]

Is Your Business at Risk Without a Trust?2018-05-15T22:52:35+00:00