We all vouch to spend quality time with our aging parents, but unfortunately everyday life like busy work schedules, children, distance for those that live far away from their parents tend to delay the promise we’ve made to ourselves and our loved ones, so thank god for the holidays.
We are often asked by our readers to provide suggestions on how they can simplify their lifestyles. We’re not specifically experts on the matter, but thankfully we have an abundance of professional experts we rely on to bring you amazing tips that can help you start downsizing without the loss of value.
It’s not easy to change old habits, and it is quite difficult to let go of stuff. We are here to guide you to a path of simplicity, but you need to be ready, and we promise it gets easier with practice.
It is estimated that 60% of the 5 million Americans living with the disease will unknowingly wonder off from home, putting them at risk, and leaving their families worried.
Kenneth spends a lot of time with his grandfather, and he wanted to invent something that keeps him safe. An internship at the Alzheimer’s Association provided the opportunity to test the sensor this eager teen has invented.
What seniors need to know is there are simple strategies to follow when easing into retirement. Caregivers must also be prepared for what’s to come, here are the top 4 steps to take once you decide on a date to retire.
Decide when to sign up for Social Security
Check into your workplace retirement benefits to make sure everything is in order
You may want to consider rolling over your 401k plans
Make a long term investment plan
February 10, 2015
Aging Parents, Caregivers, Elder Care, Estate Attorneys, Estate Executor, Estate Planning, Family Trust, Guardianship, Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, Retirement Planing, Senior Moving
The month of November has been proclaimed as the National Family Caregivers Month to honor those that courageously provide care across our nation to our veterans, elderly and anyone in need of care.
In the United States there is an average of 60 million people providing care to disabled individuals. Let us join together in honoring and supporting those that give so much of themselves to care for others.
Most will relate an estate sale to someone passing on, that’s often incorrect. The estate sale definition is the process of liquidating assets. On many occasions it is referred to as a trustee sale, probate sale, tag sale or liquidation sale.
Reasons For Liquidation
Besides the loss of a family member, here are the most common reasons for holding a sale
November 12, 2014
Aging Parents, Elder Care, Estate Attorneys, Estate Executor, Estate Industry News, Estate Planning, Estate Sale Company, Estate Sales, Family Trust, Guardianship, Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, Probate Real Estate, Senior Moving, Senior Relocation Specialist
When hiring estate sale organizers, one always wonders if a special license or certification is necessary to own an estate sale business. Although many estate liquidation companies are owned by licensed brokers, appraisers or auctioneers, their license isn’t specific to the estate sale industry.
Details about professional licensing
A license gives “permission to practice” it is issued in order to regulate specific activities that require specialized skill. Real estate brokers are licensed professionals, so are estate attorneys, and appraisers.
October 27, 2014
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Estate planning is one of the most overlooked areas of personal financial management. Many of…
Probate involves the court supervised process of identifying, gathering and supervising of a decedent’s assets to pay debt and distribute assets amongst beneficiaries. The probate administration process only applies to probate assets.
What are probate assets?
One of the most difficult decisions for us to make as our beloved family members age and need to transition.
The emotional well being of our elderly must be top priority as we make this and other difficult decisions. The goal is not to let go, but rather transition with care.
October 20, 2014
Aging Parents, Elder Care, Estate Attorneys, Estate Executor, Estate Planning, Family Trust, Guardianship, Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, Senior Moving, Senior Relocation Specialist