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Seniors spend many hours every year talking with estate planning lawyers about how to prevent conflict among your younger family members in the short term and the long term. In families where your children are estranged from your grandchildren, you can sometimes be the grandparents who come to the rescue if you feel that… Read More »
Step-families often get a bad rap on estate planning law blogs, as many probate disputes arise between stepmothers and their stepchildren. The lurid stories of those probate disputes, some of which are genuine cases of undue influence, but others of which are just a case of old grudges playing out in court, obscure the… Read More »
Tiger King was one of the most popular Netflix series for binge watching during the long weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown, but besides cabin fever, people’s motivations for watching it were various. From an estate planning perspective, the most interesting thing about the stranger than fiction story of Joe Exotic is not the… Read More »
Even though the ads on TV might suggest otherwise, most cases of nursing home neglect do not involve nurses intentionally mistreating patients or withholding care from them. In most cases, nursing homes are simply understaffed, and the nurses do their best to care for more patients than they can reasonably be expected to handle. … Read More »
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