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Help elders get the best care possible while protecting the most assets.
Help elders get the best care possible while protecting the most assets.

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Whether you think that your #estate is not large enough to have #LastWillandTestament, you are too young to have one, or simply that it costs too much, each of these misconceptions could not be further from the truth. It is important to understand the basics of what a #Will actually does and the benefits for having one to dispel any misconceptions that may be out there.

To learn about why you shouldn't hesitate in #draftingawill, click on the link below:

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Caregivers for those with #AlzheimersDisease frequently report experiencing high #stresslevels. #Spiritualassistance may help #caregiver cope with the effects their loved one’s Alzheimer's disease has on them by providing #comfort and meaning.

To learn more about how #spiritualcare can benefit caregivers, click on the link below:

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A #LastWillandTestament can be #contested for a number of reasons. Some of the most common reasons to #contestawill are that the #legaldocument doesn't meet the statutory requirements, it was created under coercion, duress, or #undueinfluence or there was a lack of #testamentarycapacity at the time it was executed.

To read more about this #estateplanning topic, click on the link below:

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Mental exercise is comprised of improving your #cognitiveskills. These skills include #reasoning, #awareness, #perception, and #judgment. With refining each of these skills it allows for enhanced processing of information received from your five senses. There are many types of activities to help maintain and improve our #cognitiveabilities.

To read more about the importance of #mentalexercise for #seniors, click on the link below:

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Nassau Lawyer reported in its April 2017 issue that Firm Founder Brian Tully and his firm hosted The 2017 Networking Kickoff, a networking event to honor key members of the #TownofHuntington #SeniorCenter's Senior Support Network.

To read the #NassauLawyer article, click on the link below:

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On March 30, Firm Founder Brian Tully held an Estate Planning Seminar at the Church of the Intercessor located in Malverne, NY. During his presentation, Mr. Tully discussed #EstatePlanning and #ElderLaw issues. Approximately 40 people attended the seminar.
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On March 25, Firm Founder Brian Tully gave a presentation at the #AlzheimersAssociation's Legal and Financial Conference. During his presentation, Mr. Tully spoke about the benefits of #lifecareplanning to about 90 individuals who attended the event.

Pictured here are Mr. Tully, Dana Marcinka, MSW, Elder Care Coordinator, and Matthew Ferdon, Esq., Associate Attorney.
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An #estateplanning fact that is frequently overlooked is that an individual can periodically update their estate plan if he or she wants to change something. Creating an #estateplan and updating it as events change is actually the recommended procedure for planning the distribution of your #estate.

To read more about why you shouldn’t delay in planning your estate, click on the link below:

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On Monday, March 27, Firm Founder Brian Tully will give a presentation at the Pathfinders Series for Caregivers: Caring for the Caregiver Panel Discussion. Mr. Tully and the other members of the panel will discuss caregiver options for when elderly loved ones can no longer live at home due to safety concerns. The event will take place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the West Hempstead Public Library located at 500 Hempstead Ave., West Hempstead, NY. To RSVP call (516) 481-6591 ext. 19 or email cnielsen@whplibrary.org. Walk-ins are welcome.

For more information regarding this event, see the flyer below:
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On March 1, 2017, Firm Partner Brian Tully gave a presentation at the Town of Huntington Senior Center. In his presentation, Mr. Tully discussed elder law, long-term care, asset protection and Medicaid. Approximately 15 Long Island seniors attended.
#Huntington #SeniorCenter #LongIslandSeniors #ElderLaw #LongTermCare #AssetProtection #Medicaid
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