Category: General Interest

Take Away the Keys: Then What?

As your parents age it can become more and more apparent that one or both have lost a lot of mental capacity and reaction time. Yet they are still driving. You know that could be dangerous – to them and to others. Sometimes they realize it on their own and they decide to stop driving. […]

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Plans for the New Year

Another year has flown by. Here’s hoping that it was a fulfilling one for you and that 2016 brings good health and happy times for all. It’s also time for a few reminders:   As we reported last month, unfortunately for the third time in 40 years the Social Security Administration is not offering a […]

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New Drug Could Slow or Stop Alzheimer’s

So many of us have watched a loved one suffer through the early onset of Alzheimer’s disease. While the victim’s physical being might be relatively solid, this disease sadly and progressively takes a victim’s mental abilities away to the point where they might not even recognize family members or friends any longer. According to the […]

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From Prince: A Lesson to be Learned

Last year’s untimely passing of the artist known as Prince has again brought to light a potentially devastating situation a lot of people face. You see, the reports are that Prince did not have a Last Will and Testament. The result could be a total mess for his family resulting in disputes and complex legal issues […]

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Cost of Long-Term Care Increases, Again

If you feel that the cost of long term care keeps rising every year, you are right. In fact, it’s steadily and rapidly risen over the past decade. At the Stinson Law Firm we know how difficult it can be to afford these services that so many will need in their lifetimes. We can help. […]

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