Now is the Time to Create Long-Term Care Plans

You should act now to protect your future as part of October’s National Long-Term Care Planning Month. The national designation is meant to encourage seniors to plan for their potential care needs. This year’s observance is especially important given the number of...

Elderly Depression

By Carol Applegate Elderly depression is rising as the pandemic lingers, according to experts. The need to social distance and the cancellation of numerous events and in-person visits is contributing to loneliness and isolation among the older population.   WebMD...

COVID19, Coronavirus Precautions

Applegate & Dillman Elder Law Extends Provisions Through May 4 All clients and prospective clients have been notified of the precautions Applegate & Dillman Elder Law has taken to keep families safe and healthy during this COVID-19, Coronavirus pandemic. In...
Should You Consider a Revocable Living Trust?

Should You Consider a Revocable Living Trust?

This week’s post is going to provide a glimpse into nearly every estate planning consultation that I have with a client who is embarking on basic estate planning.  Inevitably, we discuss whether the family needs a will or a trust.  Its interesting that many...