If you're one of the many people who went home for the holidays last month, you may have discovered that your elderly parents aren't doing as well as you thought they were. Now comes the hard part: trying to figure out what to do next. Attorney Kim Kimbrough addressed this subject recently on a radio spot on 88.9 The Reach that is running throughout the month of January. Listen to the segment by clicking HERE and then clicking on PLAY on the audio file. Here's a recap of what
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Just bringing up the possibility of someone in your family becoming mentally or physically incapacitated is often difficult. We tend to think of only the very elderly needing long-term, hands-on care, but a 2015 report by the Alzheimer’s Association found that one in nine Americans age 65 or older currently have Alzheimer’s. With the baby boom generation aging and people living longer, that number may nearly triple by 2050. Dementia isn’t the only reason for long-term care, o
Little is certain in life—except the fact that life is unpredictable. You never know when the next curve ball will come. Most people forget that. Many people who come to our office think that once you have an estate plan, you’re done. Not true. As your life changes, your estate plan should also evolve. A recent article in Forbes outlined the top six life events that should trigger an update to your estate plan. You get a divorce. Unless you want your ex-spouse to inherit you
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What happens when you realize that your elderly parents can no longer live at home safely? It can be a jarring moment for adult children. Learn how Kimbrough Law helped this daughter through the crisis.