It is necessary to consider that as we age, living alone will no longer be feasible. Read this informative article about what you need to know about assisted living facilities and how they can find the balance between helping older adults with difficult tasks while also providing them with the social contact they need to …
Learn why it’s important to look at the financial pasts and presents of both individuals. You may not know that social security, retirement funds, health care, and estate planning can all be affected by a remarriage. Read the article here.
If these past few years of the pandemic have taught us anything it is that planning is essential. Read this article checklist to ensure that your plans are in order. To learn about where to keep your estate planning documents to ensure they are safe read my blog here.
It’s not surprising that divorce rates spiked during the pandemic. If you are considering whether or not to stay in your relationship, it is important to consider how you can protect your inheritance. Read here to learn more.
Most women will outlive their husbands. Read here to understand and prepare for the reality of becoming a widow.
By: Brandon C. Walecka, Esq. Walecka Law, P.C. 774-203-9003 Brandon@WaleckaLaw.com You have planned ahead and decided how you want your affairs to be handled upon your passing. You have signed all of your Foundational Estate Planning documents: A Last Will and Testament, a Durable Power of Attorney, a Personal Directive (sometimes called a Living Will), …
Since the very beginning of the pandemic, nursing homes have been among the hardest hit. Not only is the elder population among the most vulnerable, there is also a lack of value placed on protecting them. Click here to read more.
Depending on how you plan, your will could contain information that may be surprising to your loved ones. There are situations in which, if you neglect to update your beneficiaries, your ex spouse could inherit your money. Read more here.