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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

August 2nd, 2016 (No Comments)

Early diagnosis of dementia provides the best opportunities for treatment, support and planning for the future. The Alzheimer’s Association ( has released the following list of signs and symptoms that can help individuals and family members recognize the beginnings of dementia. If you are concerned about any of these, be sure to see a doctor […]

The Living Legacy: If you’re searching for the ‘Key to Happiness’, then I have something important to share with you.

July 23rd, 2016 (No Comments)

The Living Legacy: If you’re searching for the ‘Key to Happiness’, then I have something important to share with you It’s not out there in the world. It never was. So what is happiness?             It may appear different for everyone, depending on what’s important to you and             your children, but happiness really is […]

Article I Promised: Lady Bird Deeds

June 30th, 2016 (No Comments)

Today, we’re going to look at Lady Bird Deeds, including what they are, what they do, and how they differ from traditional deeds, like regular general warranty deeds or life estates deeds. We’ll also look at how they fit into your estate planning, especially when considering the option of possible Medicaid or protecting against that. […]

Be Nostalgic about the old days: Don’t lament a lack of planning.

June 8th, 2016 (No Comments)

Hey this is Greg McIntyre the elder law guy with McIntyre elder law. I’ve been feeling nostalgic this morning. I wrote this while at the beautiful Gardner Webb University, where I come to get a little peace and quiet every once in a while. The reason I’m here today is I’ve been working on my […]

Guardianship NIGHTMARES!!!

May 24th, 2016 (No Comments)

  Hey this is Greg McIntyre with McIntyre Elder Law helping seniors protect their assets and legacies. It’s been a long week, and I wanted to wrap it up for you by getting into what I’m really hot on right now, which is Guardianships. I’m so fired up about this and so I focused this […]

Hospice’s ‘We Honor Veterans’ Program

May 16th, 2016 (No Comments)

I love doing the elder law report and I was looking at the blogs and we’ve done around 72 shows, somewhere around there, but today’s is especially close to my heart because we are focusing on the Hospice ‘We Honor Veterans’ program. I talked with the Reverend Doctor Terry Floyd and he is a Hospice […]

Helping Homeless Veteran’s ‘Foothills Veteran’s Stand Down’

May 9th, 2016 (No Comments)

We’re going to talk a little today about Veterans issues. We’re going to cover a lot of veteran’s issues on the blog today. We do this quite often, from talking American Legion to Veterans Aid and Attendance to many different aspects of veteran’s lifestyles and care and needs. That’s some of what we’re going to […]

NC SHIIP Program Revealed

May 2nd, 2016 (No Comments)

Elder Law Report 070 NC SHIIP Program Revealed You know I was in the military, I was in the Navy and today I heard I was going to discuss the SHIIP program today, and I thought I might be getting shipped out again and be leaving for another 6 months. That’s not at all what […]

The Power of Living Wills and Healthcare Powers Of Attorney

April 12th, 2016 (No Comments)

National Healthcare Decisions Day. What you would do if you had a healthcare issue, who’s going to come in and make life and death decisions for you? What is this all about? National Healthcare Decisions Day is a day set aside by healthcare providers to encourage folks to do advanced directives. In our area with […]

Senior Games with Angela Padgett

April 5th, 2016 (No Comments)

It has been a crazy week but a good week, we’ve had on the radio show John Jurchack talking about falls and how to avoid them, Don Peeler talking about Crystal Springs, a no step community, we talked with Teepa Snow and Joe Seidel and all of this has been about being healthy at home […]

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