Seniors

Scams in a Digital Age

By Greg Wilkin, Esq. In today’s digitized age, the Internet has proved to be a boon for many, offering convenience, information, and connectivity. However, the rise of online platforms has brought with it a sinister side: online scams, particularly those targeting vulnerable groups like seniors. Seniors are often perceived as less tech-savvy, making them attractive […]

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Estate Planning and Procrastination: Doing Nothing is a Choice

By Kristen A. Moe, Esq. We all do it. Sometimes we say, “I’ll do it tomorrow”, and tomorrow never comes. Procrastination is the “thief of time”.[1] Some people delay Estate Planning because of a perception that Wills are complicated, others may have difficulty talking about the subject for personal reasons or think that their estates

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Are You Sure You Need That Guardianship? Guardianship versus Power of Attorney

Before proceeding with a Petition for Guardianship, please be aware of some differences between Guardianship and Powers of Attorney. Many people believe that Guardianships over the Person and Financial Estate of a Proposed Protected Person are necessary to manage the affairs of a loved one needing help with medical and financial matters. But—if your loved

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