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  • In Memory of Their Service
    In Memory of Their Service

    I think we can all agree that military service is something to be honored. Every spring, our local cemeteries are peppered with tiny red, white, and blue flags marking the final resting place of souls ...

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  •  Traps to Avoid in Leaving Your Vehicle to a Beneficiary  (…While Staying Out of Probate)
    Traps to Avoid in Leaving Your Vehicle to a Beneficiary (…While Staying Out of Probate)

    When a loved one passes away, a family’s emotional burden is compounded by the practical stresses of managing their loved one’s final affairs. In developing estate plans for our clients, we endeavor ...

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  • Looking to Save with Medicaid?  Amazon Prime Membership Offers Help
    Looking to Save with Medicaid? Amazon Prime Membership Offers Help

    Amazon has quickly found a foothold in today’s technology driven marketplace. As part of their mission to become the world’s most customer-centric company, Amazon now offers a discount on Amazon Prime ...

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  • Caring for LGBTQ Elders – Connecticut Commits To “Getting it Right”
    Caring for LGBTQ Elders – Connecticut Commits To “Getting it Right”

    Last year, I viewed a short documentary, “Gen Silent,” which poignantly portrayed the fears and challenges that aging LGBTQ people face in obtaining home care support in the community. The film ...

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  • Disability, Conflict and Adaptive Thinking
    Disability, Conflict and Adaptive Thinking

    In 1946, a group of WWII veterans with disabilities at the University of Illinois followed the lead of a man named Tim Nugent, adapting sports like basketball to be played from a wheelchair. The ...

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  • How A Special Needs Trust Can Help You
    How A Special Needs Trust Can Help You

    Most people are familiar with Harry Potter. Because special needs trusts can be confusing, we rely upon our wizarding friend, Harry, to help explain these planning tools. A special needs trust ...

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