Senior Real Estate Specialists: Vital Resources for Dealing With Transition

August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Downsizing, Kathy Bryant Real Estate, Real Estate, Retirement|

By Kathy Bryant, Broker / Realtor, Seniors Real Estate Specialist Are you or a loved one wondering if it is time to begin talking about possibly moving from a home lived in for many years? [...]

An Introduction to Medicare: Not a One-Plan-Fits-All Program

August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Benefits, Health Insurance Options LLC, Medicare|

by Lynnell Wold, Broker/Owner Health Insurance Options LLC This article is intended to provide a basic understanding of the election periods available to Medicare Beneficiaries in addition to provide an overview of the types of [...]

Questions & Answers with an Elder Law Attorney

August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Medicaid, Trusts|Tags: , , , |

What makes an Elder Law Attorney different? There are so many types of attorneys. A general practice lawyer does a little bit of everything, whereas a traditional Estate Planning attorney usually practices in Real Estate [...]

Navigating the Complexities Medicaid Eligibility: Know the Facts

August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Disability, Eligibility, Long-Term Care, Medicaid, Sayre Sayre & Fossum|

by Michelle K. Fossum, Sayre Sayre & Fossum PS A good estate plan involves preparing for the possibility of disability and long-term care. Very few families have sufficient financial resources to pay for more than [...]

Cash Benefits for Senior Veteran’s and Surviving Spouses

August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Benefits, Evergreen Elder Law, Long-Term Care, Veterans|

by Holland McBurns, Evergreen Elder Law There is a little-known benefit available to Veteran’s and their surviving spouses to help pay for long-term care. This is the Aid and Attendance Pension benefit which is a [...]

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