A New Meaning for Independence Day
If you're caring for an elderly relative, the celebration of Independence Day can be complicated and bittersweet.
Five Tips for Caring for Someone You Don’t Like
Caring for a loved one is difficult. Caring for someone you don’t like is an even greater challenge. Perhaps it’s a parent or step-parent...
Tips for Overcoming Bathing Challenges with an Elderly Loved One
Helping someone to bathe can be a challenge for many caregivers. Why does a person resist your help when they are no longer taking care...
Still Open! Using our Virtual Office to Assist Northeast Georgia
In the Fall of 2018, Kimbrough Law launched its Virtual Online Office. At the time, the firm had no idea how valuable this service would...
How to Get Your Siblings to Help with Your Elderly Parents
If you're looking after elderly parents and you're shouldering the burden without help from your siblings, what can you do? This art
Could You Lose It All?
When it comes to protecting what they have, almost nobody knows what they need. Most people have no idea how many pitfalls—and...
New Compensation Available for Victims of Nuclear Radiation
Could someone you love be dealing with an illness related to exposure to nuclear radiation during our nation's nuclear testing program?...
Participating in Alzheimer and Dementia-Related Clinical Studies
Could participating in a clinical trial related to Alzheimer's disease or other type of dementia be right for you or your elderly loved
My Message Hasn't Changed
Eight years ago, after a debilitating stroke and 15 years of retirement, I felt that I had been called to come back to work. So, my wife,...
Plan Ahead for Your Pets
Is it possible to set aside money to care for pets after you're gone? Thanks to pet trusts, a relatively new estate planning strategy, i