If you are like many pet owners in Georgia, you want to make sure your animals have quality care after your death. Fortunately, there are several estate planning steps you may take to make sure your will includes your pets and provides for their needs. You use your...
Caring For You In The Long Term
Month: October 2019
The difference between conservatorships and guardianships
When you have a parent or other elder loved one who becomes incapable of making his or her own decisions regarding health care or finances, you may be wondering what you can do to help this person manage his or her personal affairs. Often, people facing similar...
Wasting expensive long-term care costs on poorly run facilities
Planning for long-term care in Georgia is a sensitive matter, and may include making arrangements on behalf of a loved one in order to meet his or her personal needs. The financial outlay to receive long-term care may require as much as $300,000, an amount which does...