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When Your Parent Needs Long-Term Care

Placing an aging parent in a nursing home or long-term care facility is one of the most difficult decisions an adult child will make. Although the parent may need medical care and assistance, realizing the parent is incapacitated can be heartbreaking to the children. This situation is even worse when the parent resists the move.

Facts about Advance Directives for Health Care

No one really likes to contemplate the possibility of being incapacitated, terminally ill, or unable to function normally. Although these are unpleasant things to think about, planning in advance can provide the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have appointed someone trustworthy and caring to look out for you if you can no longer look after yourself.

Estate Planning Rights for Same-Sex Couples

Although same-sex marriage has been legal in Minnesota since 2013, the rights of such couples remained unsettled in many states, where gay marriage was not recognized. For years, gay couples struggled with uncertain laws that required them to jump through legal hoops to ensure their rights and property were protected regardless of where they lived or owned property.

Protecting Your Elderly Loved One's Identity

Whether you help care for an elderly parent or other aging loved one, you probably have a lot of tasks and obligations on your mind. Many families share the workload of taking an older family member to doctors' appointments, preparing meals, and helping with bathing, feeding, and other daily tasks. Protecting your older loved one is a full-time job that requires time, patience, and effort.

Estate Planning for Blended Families

Divorce and remarriage are part of life for many people. In fact, a recent report reveals four out of 10 Americans identify as being part of a "blended family." Whether you, your spouse, or both have brought children from a previous marriage into a new union, it is important to consider how your family situation affects your estate plan.

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