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Foundations Series Part 2: POAs, Healthcare POAs and Living Wills. Are all docs created equal?

May 29th, 2015 (1 Comment)

Here about the differences in these documents and if and when you should have them in this short video.

Q&A with The Elder Law Guy: Foundation Series – Are Wills Obsolete?

May 22nd, 2015 (No Comments)

The pitfalls of relying on a will to pass assets.

Sex and Dementia: Another Elder Law Topic

May 21st, 2015 (No Comments)

  Introduction Sex and the elderly (specifically those with dementia) is getting a lot of attention lately due to the Iowa case involving Henry Rayhons.  This case raises some important questions regarding personal relationships of those who develop memory debilitating diseases and their loved ones.   State of Iowa v. Henry Rayhons In May, 2014, […]

End of Life Planning Conference @ FBC Lawndale with The Elder Law Guy

May 17th, 2015 (No Comments)

Greg McIntyre, The Elder Law Guy, speaks to a great crowd about saving hard earned money and property.

How to Preserve Your Legacy With Legacy Videos

May 17th, 2015 (No Comments)

Jennifer Childress and I have just finished having a conversation, and I wanted to talk about it here. We were discussing legacy videos, which is something that Jennifer and her staff are going to help us provide as a new service to our clients with McIntyre Elder Law. So what’s a legacy video? A legacy […]

Interview with WWII Veteran, JC Horne, my grandfather

May 11th, 2015 (1 Comment)

Interview piece conducting with WWII Veteran, JC Horne, my grandfather. JC was a machine gunner in the European conflict. Great descriptive piece about the war and his role in it.

Special Edition: World War II Veteran’s Interview and Veteran’s Benefits

May 8th, 2015 (1 Comment)

Elder Law Report Special Presentation in honor of V-E Day. I am so proud to be bringing you an interview with my grandfather and WWII Veteran, JC Horne. Enjoy the interview and call me with questions: 704-259-7040. http://www.mcelderlaw.com

Creating Legacy Videos

May 1st, 2015 (No Comments)

I am so proud to sit down with Jennifer Childers, co-owner of Felis Minor Productions to discuss “Legacy Videos”. A legacy video can be a great memento to pass down to future generations and preserve your families long-held traditions and let the younger generation never forget the knowledge you have to pass down to them. […]

A Lesson in Pre-Planning from my Grandmother

May 1st, 2015 (No Comments)

Missing my grandmother today. She just passed away this past Monday. It made me think about how we can avoid crisis situations. My grandmother lived into her mid-80s and passed away peacefully, with her sister holding her hand. She had not been sick very long, and luckily did not suffer. I was very close to […]

Veteran’s Aid and Attendance Benefits – Little know program with a huge benefit…

April 16th, 2015 (No Comments)

Wartime veterans and their surviving spouses, 65 years and older, may be entitled to a tax-free benefit called Aid and Attendance provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs. The Benefit is designed to provide financial aid to help offset the cost of long-term care for those who need assistance with the daily activities of living […]

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