We are delighted to have Tovah McDonald as one of our Elder Law and VA Accredited Attorneys. Tovah would love to speak at your group or organization on the topics of Estate Planning, Wealth Preservation, Guardianship or planning for Long Term Care with the possibility of Veteran’s Aid and Attendance or Medicaid benefits. Tovah was born inAugusta, […]
The easiest thing you can do for yourself and your loved ones is to start organizing all your important papers. Here’s just a small list to starting you thinking about where these might be: Birth Certificates Passports Social Security Cards Divorce Decrees Death Certificates Military Discharge Papers (often called DD-214) Insurance policies Make notes if […]
Medicaid is tricky & confusing. Know your options before you apply. Here’s a short list of the top 8 mistakes people make with Medicaid Qualification. 1. Thinking it’s too late to plan. It’s almost never too late to take planning steps, even after a senior has moved to a nursing home. 2. Giving away assets […]
http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/105715 This is a great article addressing ways to prevent fraud directed at seniors. In this day and age, it is important to protect yourself and your loved ones from scam artists.
http://tinyurl.com/q8vfeu This is a great article on how an Elder Care Attorney can help with Medicaid Benefits from news-press.com. Absolutely worth reading.
Welcome to Alexander Attorneys’ new blog! The first few posts will be “getting to know us posts”. First up, a biography of our founder & senior partner, Bill Alexander: Bill Alexander – Managing Partner Bill Alexander is a native of Kannapolis, North Carolina, and was graduated from Davidson College (BA, 1973), and Wake Forest University […]
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