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Video Chatting with Loved Ones: An Opportunity to Assess

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While we are enduring this pandemic, and forced to limit physical contact with our elder loved ones, we are relying on video “chatting” technology to catch-up, keep them company and stay connected. This also provides an ideal opportunity to assess their status and needs. Here are some things to look out for: Change in Personal […]

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COVID-19 Tax Relief

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the federal government has implemented tax and retirement plan relief that may benefit you. Additionally, tax planning remains an important part of preparing your estate plan and these new changes must be considered as you revisit your planning strategies.Estate and Gift Tax Planning The due date for gift tax returns and […]

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Protect Yourself from the Coronavirus

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Cona Elder Law is at the forefront of the latest news on COVID-19, also know as the Coronavirus. Click here to listen to partner Melissa Negrin-Wiener discuss Coronavirus and the older population on LI in the AM with Jay Oliver. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that older adults avoid face-to-face […]

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Irrevocable or Revocable: Which Trust Is Right For You?

All trusts are not the same and there are many different types used for a variety of purposes. Two common types of trusts in estate planning are revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. Here’s an overview:Irrevocable TrustAn irrevocable trust is a trust set up for asset protection purposes. The trust can hold almost any type of asset, […]

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