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Try as we might, we cannot control who our children marry. Though you may make an effort to get along with your children’s spouses, sometimes things do not work out in your favor. You may also worry about what happens to the inheritance you leave for your married child if their marriage dissolves. The animosity between you and your child’s spouse is cause for concern regarding estate planning. Naturally, if you harbor any ill…
Try as we might, we cannot control who our children marry. Though you may make an effort to get along with your children’s spouses, sometimes things do not work out in your favor. You may also worry about what happens to the inheritance you leave for your married child if their marriage dissolves. The animosity between you and your child’s spouse is cause for concern regarding estate planning. Naturally, if you harbor any ill…
Today, especially with the many concerns about health safety in nursing homes, Medicaid home care for your parents becomes a more popular long-term care choice. However, for some people it seems out of reach. A Medicaid pooled trust might be the answer you seek. Learn more… https://ktstrust.org/is-a-pooled-trust-the-answer-to-my-parents-home-care/      …
Life comes at us fast, and we need to be prepared. There’s no telling when tragedy will strike, so having an up-to-date will in place is imperative in ensuring your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Wills need to change as our lives do. Having a child is a significant life event and will significantly affect how your assets will be distributed after death. Whether it’s your first child or one of many, your…
What is an Individualized Education Plan? An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is a document specially developed for children with disabilities or special needs. IEPs are designed to create a learning environment where a child with special needs can flourish without being removed from the company of non-disabled peers. IEPs strive to keep children in the least restrictive environment possible, which means that they will be in the same classrooms as their non-disabled peers whenever possible. Surrounding special…