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Posted 2 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Jennifer King  
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Posted 2 years ago in Elder Law by Aaron Kase  
LGBT Discrimination Rampant in Nursing Homes

As individuals and advocacy groups push to advance the rights of LGBT citizens across the nation, a frequently overlooked area is the discrimination that older gay residents can face when they have to check into nursing homes for short- and long-term care. As the generation of civil rights heroes who marched and fought for equal rights in the 1960s grows older and faces the health problems associated with aging, a new frontier opens in the battle for the right to …

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Posted 2 years ago in Estate Planning by Jennifer King  
Organizing Your Estate-Planning Documents

Congratulations! You’ve just created your estate-planning documents. That alone sets you apart from the majority of American adults, who haven’t done any estate planning. But your last will and testament, living will and power of attorney documents are of little help if your loved ones can’t locate them in an emergency. Today, let’s talk organization.   Location, Location, Location Your first instinct may be to store your last will and testament in a safety deposit box. After all, banks have …

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Posted 3 years ago in Estate Planning by Jennifer King  
5 Common Estate Planning Mistakes After Getting Married

This is the third in a series of estate planning articles from EZLaw™.  EZLaw™ makes it easy to create a Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, or Living Will document, with the guidance of an attorney at a very affordable cost. After the wedding is over and the honeymoon is just a memory, many newlyweds find that it takes six or nine months to settle into their new lives. But there’s still a lot of work to be done after the …

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5 Common Estate-Planning Mistakes After Having a Baby

This is the first in a series of estate planning articles from EZLaw™.  EZLaw™ makes it easy to create a Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, or Living Will document, with the guidance of an attorney at a very affordable cost. Most new parents will agree: It’s initially an overwhelming experience and many things that once seemed important suddenly get pushed to the back burner. But sometimes critical things also get ignored with the addition of a new family …

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