Guest Post: Relocating Your Elderly Loved One

Providing care to our parents as they age and then in the final stages of their lives looks a lot different than it did in the past. That’s because shared living (when two or more adults who are not romantically involved live together) is on the upswing. “Adults who live in someone else’s household typically

Pensions, Beneficiaries, and Rights of Survivorship

When it comes to protecting beneficiaries, financial planning gets detailed. I have a client whose husband spent a good part of his professional career at a “household name” company. He worked hard and made his way up the ladder to a mid-to-upper management level. He was then offered the ability to take part in a pension