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Identity Theft Primarily Targets Seniors

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received 5.7 million fraud and identity theft reports in 2021. According to The National Council of Identity Theft Protection, cases of fraud are up 70% from 2020. While everyone is at risk for identity theft, senior…

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Long-term Care: Divorce to Pay for it

Imagine that you have been married to the love of your life for 55 years, only for your spouse to be diagnosed with dementia a couple of years ago. Despite your best efforts to provide care, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that…

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Stay Healthy by Managing Stress

It's a stressful world where we are bombarded with undesirable news, and we also suffer from injuries and illnesses. Chronic pain can be especially stressful. So finding ways to release and cope with pain and stress help people live longer, happier…

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Does Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Affect You?

You may feel like you are experiencing early dementia, but it may be something else altogether. Of the 5.3 million Americans with Alzheimer’s Disease, approximately 200,000 are under the age of 65. Known as Early-Onset Alzheimer’s, the disease typically strikes people…

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Comparing Estate Planning and Elder Law

Estate planning and elder law differ from one another as you prepare for the future, both in terms of finances and health needs. Estate planning and elder law also have some similarities. Even though these two types of law are for…

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Why an Elder Law Attorney Is Important

As retired Americans grow older, their dependency on the family to handle financial and health matters increase. They often believe that their family members will be able to take care of any issues that arise. While consulting with loved ones…

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