Top Ten Estate Planning Techniques

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Estate Planning

Is a Revocable Living Trust right for you? Do you need a Health Care Power of Attorney? What about a Family Limited Partnership? The truth is, every estate is different and the only way to...

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Beware! The VA Rules Are A’ Changing

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Veterans

As many of you know, I’m a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).  One of NAELA’s top public policy priorities is to oppose cutbacks of eligibility and restrictions of services for...

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Robot Caregivers On the Horizon

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Elder Law, Long-Term Care

Sometimes numbers don’t add up, and this can be disturbing when you’re talking about the well-being of senior citizens. The population is aging rapidly. Members of the baby boomer generation are now reaching retirement age....

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What Is the Cost of Probate?

/ By: Larry Parman, Attorney at Law

Category: Estate Planning, Probate

People sometimes go forward with some misconceptions about estate planning techniques. Everyone has heard of the last will or last will and testament. Most people are also aware of the existence of trusts. You may...

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