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November 2014 Archives

Does your power of attorney do what you want it to do?

When St. Paul residents make important decisions, they usually do so thinking the decision will last, at least until it is time to change course or make a contrary decision. When it comes to estate planning, however, this may not always be the case unless individuals take care to execute the appropriate documents.

Learning valuable lessons from celebrities' estate plans

When it comes to Minnesota residents learning valuable life lessons from celebrities, it can often be a case of "do what I say, not what I do." This is not always the case, however, particularly when it comes to estate planning, as the unfortunate deaths of celebrities can shed light into valuable estate planning lessons.

Minnesota residents: will you qualify for Medicaid?

Minnesota residents do their best to plan for the future and save for retirement. Yet, individuals must often rely on government-funded programs in order to cover the ever-growing costs of long-term care.

What is a health care directive and how do you make one?

Communication is an important tool for St. Paul residents, particularly when it comes to communicating their desires on very personal issues. Health care matters are one of the most important personal issues where it is essential to have solid lines of communication open between patients and their doctors, as well as between patients and their families. While most individuals find it important to have input on their own health care decisions, they may not realize that they have foregone making these decisions if they do not have a health care directive in place.