The premise behind the payable on death account is that when the account holder dies the account will legally belong to the beneficiary.
Everyone should have a will, but not everyone needs a trust.
The current facility is moving him out this week because he isn’t making any improvements and his medical insurance will be cut off.
My husband and I are in our mid-60s, are in good health, own our home and have some retirement savings.
What are the financial options that are available to us for paying for long-term care for our elderly parents?
Question: “My father is 95 years old and has Dementia/Alzheimer’s. He cannot read or write, but recently granted Power of Attorney for his finances to my older brother. This was done in secrecy and did […]
My sibling has taken over my mother’s house and her bank funds and has placed my mother in a nursing home where she is kept overmedicated.
When you move from one state to another, you will probably have to reapply for benefits.