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Back to School with the Elder Law Guy

August 26th, 2015 (No Comments)

  Well, the day finally came for me to send my kids back to school. The last week of August, I packed up four of my six wonderful children and waved them off at the bus stop, feeling excited and hopeful for their year ahead. People might think I’m crazy, but I do think kids […]

Beat the Odds – Don’t Let the Government Take it All!

August 20th, 2015 (No Comments)

On the evening of Thursday, August 6, nine Republican candidates took the stage at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, for one of the first debates of the 2016 Presidential Election. Now, I’ll admit that I stayed up a bit later than I’m used to so that I could watch the entire program, and […]

The World Series of Elder Law! Cover Your Bases…

August 19th, 2015 (No Comments)

When I was younger, I played a lot of baseball. It’s a sport that I miss playing dearly today, and whenever I think back to my years on the mound at the City Park in Shelby, rounding the bases, my heart is gripped by the nostalgia I feel. As a young man I had never given […]

3 Important Questions for your Financial & Legal Dream Team

August 13th, 2015 (No Comments)

Ask yourself this question: what do you, your financial adviser, and your attorney have in common with Olympic basketball? Allow me give a little context. In 1992, the United States assembled a dream team of basketball players that included Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, and Larry Bird. The aptly named Dream Team of that year was […]

Trading Places & Role Reversals: When Children Have to Take Care of Parents & What to Do About It.

August 7th, 2015 (No Comments)

Let’s talk about role reversals. About trading places. You’ve seen that movie Trading Places with Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd. That’s a good movie, right? Well, here we’re talking about a little different kind of trading places. More and more today, children are taking care of aging parents. Your parents raise you, and then you […]

Avoiding Senior Shark Attacks!!! How to avoid the dangers of exposed assets and poor planning.

July 31st, 2015 (No Comments)

A lot has been in the news lately about shark attacks here on the North and South Carolina coast. I’m in Shelby, North Carolina and I don’t know if I want to get eaten up by the sharks when I go to the beach. You don’t know there’s a shark in the water until it […]

How Your Foundational Documents Can Keep You Safe On Vacation

July 28th, 2015 (No Comments)

I just got back from a week down at Litchfield Beach and Golf Resort, having a good time, playing a little golf, and spending time on the beach with my family. Vacations are perfect examples of why we need the foundational documents in place. Just like you’re checking the oil in your car before you […]

Your Independence Day!

July 15th, 2015 (No Comments)

How We Give Seniors Their Independence Day We just celebrated our country’s 239th birthday on July 4th. That’s what Independence Day means to us. It’s celebrating the birth of our nation. The independence of our nation, saying we were going to be free from taxation without representation. But I feel like this applies a lot […]

Top 3 Questions That People Have About Elder Law

July 10th, 2015 (No Comments)

These are the three things that I’m most frequently asked when giving educational talks and things of that nature.   1. If I Don’t Have Any Debt, Do I Still Have Something To Worry About? Does not having a lot of debt protect against things like the Medicaid spenddown, paying large amounts of money for […]

New Video! WOHS Elder Talk Radio – Independence Day for You!

July 3rd, 2015 (No Comments)

Elder Law Attorney, Greg McIntyre, answers community questions on Elder Law issues and discusses what Independence means to seniors.

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