There are two basic truths when it comes to nursing home placement. The first is that no one would rather be in a nursing home than their own home. The second is that nursing homes are never empty or close to it. The reconciliation of these two truths is that many elders eventually, despite their […]
The death or incapacity of a family member is often a stressful and emotional occasion for other family members. When emotions run high in times of stress, people can and do react in angry, defensive or unpredictable ways. A family member who is disappointed not to have been put in charge of things, or who […]
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In this Elder Law Minute, Wes Coulson explains why a stand-alone special needs trust is a favorable option to consider when planning for the future of your special needs child. Stand-Alone Special Needs Trust Transcript: Hi, I’m Wes Coulson and this is your Elder Law Minute. If you’re the parent of a special needs child, […]
Last month when we were visiting a local assisted living facility on National Healthcare Directives Day, I spoke to a resident who identified himself as a war-time veteran. He was reading our brochure on veterans’ pension benefits. I asked him if he had looked into the possibility of his qualifying for those benefits. He said […]