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  • Scams not the only thing that can cause financial havoc for seniors

    There are many worries a person may have regarding an elderly loved one. For one, they may have concerns about whether their loved one will have enough resources to have a comfortable retirement. One thing they might be quite worried...

  • How common is not having an estate plan?

    What happens after a person dies can have major impacts on their friends, family and legacy. Despite this, many Americans continue to put off making any formal plans for controlling what will happen with things such as their assets after...

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  • Elder care costs can rival the costs of raising a child

    Big costs can arise for families in many different contexts. One such context is the care of an aging loved one. There are all kinds of costs, such as costs related to long-term care and expenses for less intensive forms...

  • Legislation introduced regarding fraud against the elderly

    There are certain things that can vastly alter how a person’s retirement years go. One is if an elderly individual ends up being the victim of a fraud scam. Frauds targeting seniors can take a wide range of forms. Sometimes,...

  • Keeping the unexpected in mind when it comes to your will

    Many people have certain expectations about their eventual death. This includes assumptions about who they will die before and who will die before them. When a person forms a will, these expectations often inform their primary plans for what will...

  • Is it time to revise your estate plan?

    Given that we are almost a week into 2017, chances are very good that those individuals who made New Year's resolutions are now finding it harder to break their old habits and stick to their new goals. Indeed, the regular...

  • MassHealth eligibility rules could be changing

    When it comes to addressing long-term care costs in their elderly years, some individuals rely on benefits from Massachusetts’ Medicaid program: MassHealth. So, what the eligibility rules are for such benefits can have major impacts on seniors in the state....

  • New law makes change to the rules on special needs trusts

    When a person has a disability, a lot of unique financial issues can come up for them. This includes issues related to things such as saving money, long-term care costs and public benefits eligibility. Special needs planning may be able...

  • Incorporating holiday financial gifts into one’s gifting plan

    This time of year, many people are thinking about what kinds of gifts they are going to give their family and friends for the holidays. Some individuals end up deciding to give their loved ones financial gifts. Such holiday giving...

  • How does Massachusetts stack up when it comes to high-quality nursing homes?

    There are many worries an elderly individual may have regarding nursing homes. Among these are concerns about whether they will be able to find a high-quality nursing home in their area if they end up needing nursing home care. So,...

  • Do you understand the many types of trusts?

    As you create an estate plan, you may soon come to the conclusion that a trust is the right decision for you, your family, and your finances. Of course, you can't move in this direction until you answer one...

  • How difficult is it to execute a simple will?

    All too often, people are aware of the need to create an estate plan and the inherent value in doing so, yet fail to take the necessary action. For some, this inaction can be attributed to discomfort with addressing the...

  • Woman accused of drafing will by representing herself as a lawyer

    A Massachusetts woman is being accused of representing herself as a lawyer to a man and creating a will on his behalf. The daughter of the man says the woman exerted undue influence over him, and that the will...

  • What is an incentive trust?

    The term “trust” describes a rather versatile set of estate planning devices. There are many different kinds of trusts a person could include in their estate plan here in Massachusetts. The different types of trusts vary in what they can...

  • Many in Massachusetts spending end of life in hospitals

    What particular end-of-life care a person receives can impact many things. This includes where they end up spending a majority of their time at the end of their life: at home or in a hospital. How common is hospitalization in...

  • Dealing with credit card companies when administering an estate

    There are many things regarding the credit card debt of the estate that a personal representative needs to determine when administering the estate. Among these are whether the estate has any such debt and, if it does, what the amount...

  • Could exercise help with slowing cognitive impairment’s progress?

    We all know that exercise can have physical health benefits, including for the elderly. But might exercise also be able to help with mental health issues for seniors, like cognitive decline? A recent study suggests it very well might. The...

Curley Law Firm LLP

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Curley Law Firm LLP

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Curley Law Firm LLP

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