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Vacationing and Healthcare Directives

February 28th, 2014 (1 Comment)

Healthcare documents and Powers of Attorney are important to have in place at all times but especially prior to taking a trip. Just like dad would always check the oil in the car prior to heading on a long road trip. Better safe than sorry. Greg also discusses the firm’s eDocs Access service and why […]

Giving peace of mind this Valentine’s Day

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

Giving peace of mind this Valentine’s Day — Today people all over the world will celebrate Valentine’s Day with flowers, chocolates, perfume, and diamonds.  Giving the people we love material gifts is a wonderful way to express our love, gratitude, and appreciation, but nothing compares to giving them peace of mind.  Estate planning is one […]

Seminar Date Changed to 02/20/2014 – Due to Weather – Attend Our Thursday FREE Seminar at Legrand Center

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

704-259-7040 215 S. Washington Street, Suite 108 Shelby, NC 28150 Mon – Fri  9:00am – 5:00pm                             FREE – Seminar at Legrand Center : BEAT THE ODDS Don’t Let the Government Take it All… Call to Reserve Your Seat Today! — We would love for you to join us for coffee and […]

Attend Our Wednesday FREE Seminar at Legrand Center – Reserve Your Seat Today!

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

704-259-7040 215 S. Washington Street, Suite 108 Shelby, NC 28150 Mon – Fri  9:00am – 5:00pm                             FREE – Seminar at Legrand Center : BEAT THE ODDS Don’t Let the Government Take it All… Call to Reserve Your Seat Today! — We would love for you to join us for coffee and […]

Elder Law Guy Newsletter – A Review of Important Elder Law

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

Elder Law Guy Newsletter – A Review of Important Elder Law Stories From 2013Sent Thursday, February 6, 2014View as plaintext   Volume 5, Issue 1 A Review of Important Elder Law Stories From 2013 As Happy New Year! 2013 was an important year for news that affected our senior, Veteran and disabled populations. Many stories […]

Money Isn’t Everything in Estate Planning

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

Money Isn’t Everything in Estate Planning Remember how Ebenezer Scrooge learned that money isn’t everything in Dicken’s classic The Christmas Carol? The same is true for estate planning. Creating your estate plan is selfless. Think of it as a way to protect and provide for your loved ones after you die; it’s not just about protecting […]

Elder Counselor Newsletter – The Affordable Care Act: How It Impacts Our Senior Population

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

Elder Counselor Newsletter – The Affordable Care Act: How It Impacts Our Senior PopulationSent Monday, December 2, 2013View as plaintext The Affordable Care Act:  How It Impacts Our Senior Population Since its passage in 2010, the Affordable Care Act has been the subject of many heated debates and a cause for some confusion among most […]

George Washington’s Will

February 16th, 2014 (No Comments)

George Washington’s Will Being this is the week of Thanksgiving, , I thought I would tie something in with the founding of our nation. I did a little research and came across the Will of George Washington who also happens to be the first President who celebrated Thanksgiving. He wrote his will entirely himself and it is […]

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