Elder Care Conversations: The Crystal Ball - Part 2

Welcome to Elder Care Conversations, where members of the Kimbrough Law staff talk to experts in the senior care field to share information that every family caregiver needs to know. In this video, the final installment in a two-part series, elder care coordinator Alice Woodard joins Gayla Zoz, an independent elder care investigator, to discuss how an older adult’s life might unfold if family caregivers don’t ask for help.

Elder Care Conversations: The Crystal Ball - Part 1

Welcome to Elder Care Conversations, where members of the Kimbrough Law staff talk to experts in the senior care field to share information that every family caregiver needs to know. In this video, the first in a two-part series, elder care coordinator Alice Woodard joins Gayla Zoz, an independent elder care investigator, to discuss how an older adult’s life might unfold if family caregivers don’t ask for help.

Will Your Heirs Get an Unexpected Surprise After You're Gone?

Creating an estate plan, asset protection plan, or long-term care plan isn't a one-time event. Things change. Laws change. Circumstances change. If you forget to update your estate plan to reflect those changes, your heirs could be in for a big surprise after you're gone. If you've trusted Kimbrough Law to create a plan for you and you've put off updating it because you think it will take too long or cost too much, you need to know about Legacy Protection. It's now easier and more affordable than ever to keep your plan updated year after year. To learn more, click here or call Kimbrough Law at 706.850.6910. Want to see more videos on topics related to elder law, elder care, estate planning,

Elder Care Conversations: Home Care - Part 5

Welcome to Elder Care Conversations, where members of the Kimbrough Law staff talk to experts in the senior care field to share information that every family caregiver needs to know. In this final video in our five-part series on the subject of home care, Valerie Darling, owner of Home Care Matters in Flowery Branch, Georgia, joins elder care coordinator Alice Woodard to discuss what you can do to help older family members age safely at home.

Could you be on the hook for your parents’ nursing home bill?

You’ve moved your mom or dad into a nursing home and breathed a sigh of relief. The stress of caring for your parent is now behind you and you can rest easy knowing that they’ll be well cared for by skilled nursing staff. Professional care, however, can come with a hefty price tag. Have you planned upfront for the long-term cost of the care being provided? What if your mom or dad can no longer pay the bill? Can you be held responsible as the adult child? Being on the hook for your parent’s nursing home bill is a scenario that few people think about. Can it happen to you? It depends but there’s a strong likelihood that the answer is yes. Many states have a “filial support” law that states adu

Elder Care Conversations: Home Care - Part 4

Welcome to Elder Care Conversations, where members of the Kimbrough Law staff talk to experts in the senior care field to share information that every family caregiver needs to know. In this fourth video in our five-part series on the subject of home care, Valerie Darling, owner of Home Care Matters in Flowery Branch, Georgia, joins elder care coordinator Alice Woodard to discuss what you can do to help older family members age safely at home.

You'll Like Flat Fee Billing Better!

For the vast majority of our services, Kimbrough Law doesn't charge by the hour like so many law firms do. We take a different approach. Attorney and founder Kim Kimbrough explains.

Is Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning Right for You?

If you or someone you know is considering using online forms to complete essential estate planning documents like Wills, Trusts, or Powers of Attorney, a free workshop in Gainesville will answer any questions you many have about the risks of doing it yourself. Why Shouldn’t I Do It Myself? is set for 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at Manor Lake Gainesville, 2900 McEver Road in Gainesville. The program is being hosted by Kimbrough Law and Manor Lake Gainesville. “Using online documents can give people a false sense of security,” said William H. (Kim) Kimbrough, Jr., attorney and founder of Kimbrough Law. “People often think that they have their affairs in order, but when

Elder Care Conversations: Home Care - Part 3

Welcome to Elder Care Conversations, where members of the Kimbrough Law staff talk to experts in the senior care field to share information that every family caregiver needs to know. In this third video in our five-part series on home care, Valerie Darling, owner of Home Care Matters in Flowery Branch, Georgia, joins elder care coordinator Alice Woodard to discuss what you can do to help older family members age safely at home.

How Do You Know What You Need?

When you go to the doctor, do you tell the physician what's wrong with you and what medication you need? When you call a lawyer, do you tell the attorney what services you need? If you're one of those people, attorney Kim Kimbrough would like to have a word with you.

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