• Use of Real Estate Trusts for Your Home

    Many seniors remarry following the death of a spouse. Often, after remarriage, the seniors move into either the husband’s home or the wife’s home with the other spouse selling their home. This is a major life change and raises the question of how the home should be managed in the event of the disability or death of the spouse who…

  • Daughters- & Sons-in-Law

    Many of my senior clients report to me that they are having conflicts with their daughter-in-law or son-in-law. While none of us like to discuss tensions in our families, the fact still remains that in many families, you may not have a close relationship with the spouse of your adult child. Indeed, sometimes these relationships are quite unpleasant and even…

  • October Senior Scene Article

    Many of my clients indicate that their adult children are having a difficult time, especially from a financial standpoint. Many are experiencing difficulty holding jobs, keeping marriages together, and in some instances suffering from substance abuse. This is a difficult topic to discuss as parents often blame themselves for their children’s problems. This type of problem has become somewhat of…