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Veterans & Widows of Veterans

Do you struggle with poor health and long term care costs?  Can’t afford assisted living? Worried you’ll have to go to a nursing home? VA Aid & Attendance may be just the help you need to pay those care costs.

This benefit available from the Department of Veterans Affairs will pay for at-home care or assisted living, and keep you out of a nursing home. You can use this cash benefit to pay a family member or friend to take care of you. And it’s available to the widow of a deceased veteran even if the veteran never claimed the benefit. Find out for yourself all your options. Hurry! Every month you delay means another month of benefits lost forever!

VA Pension benefits are entirely tax-free. Find out more about this remarkable benefit program here.

Estate Planning Protects the Most Important Parts of Your Life

Ask yourself a question: What is the most important thing in my life? Whatever your answer is, that is what estate planning is all about. And that is why estate planning is so important.

Creating your estate plan may be the most important thing you ever do. Done well, it deploys a safety net beneath you to better protect the quality of life of you and your spouse when disability or incapacity strikes, when long term medical care is needed, or you must confront some adversity you never imagined. It relieves loved ones of making difficult decisons in times of great stress. It protects your heirs from losing their inheritance to creditors, through divorce, in lawsuits, and to tax liens. And it makes it possible to control your property while you’re alive and able, to take care of yourself and your loved ones if you become disabled, and give what you have to whom you want, the way you want, and when you want, while saving every tax dollar, professional fee and court cost possible. Find out more about estate planning.

Protecting You, Your Loved Ones, and Your Wealth From Financial Risks



The growth of litigation, aggressive creditors and tax collectors, as well as the high divorce rate have made asset protection planning a necessity for nearly everyone.

There are many other reasons for the increased liability exposure that everyone faces today. These include our victim oriented society, more individuals with “deep pockets” making inviting targets, and of course the increasing number of plaintiff lawyers. There has also been an increase in media attention and society’s awareness of potential liabilities. The result is that everyone needs to be aware of the need to protect their own assets in the event of a claim made in court, by the IRS, or by a divorcing spouse. If you haven’t done so already, you probably need to set up and arrange your assets and affairs in the most effective way so you can protect and safeguard them from risks and creditors’ claims. Find out more about protecting what you have.

Updating Your Georgia or North Carolina Living Trust



Would you fly in an airplane that’s never been maintained? Will you entrust all you’ve accumulated in your life to a trust that’s never been reviewed since the day it was signed?

Do you know what your Living Trust says? I mean, do you really understand it and know that it will do just what you want it to? If you don’t, you are in the majority. Find out more about updating your Living  Trust.