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Single Adult Children: Filling the Health Planning Gap

Several years ago, my client’s son, who was 20 years old at the time, in college, and unmarried, suffered a serious medical condition that, almost instantaneously, left him unconscious and unable to communicate with the physicians who were trying to treat him.  The son’s close friend and college roommate brought the son into the emergency room after he found him lying on the kitchen floor of their apartment.

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Life Estate Planning – There are Fates Worse than Death!

As estate planners, most of our clients come to us seeking guidance as they plan for the end of their lives, focusing on how they are going to take care of those people and things they care about the most when they are gone. This is certainly a necessary endeavor, but planning for our timely or untimely deaths is only a part of comprehensive estate planning.

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