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Medicaid Isn’t for Me

“Medicaid isn’t for me.” Are you certain?  Did someone else tell you it was not for them?  By all means, do not read on to find out why that is not true.  It may be one of the few times…

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. . . But That’s What My Neighbor Did!

Just because your neighbor jumps off a bridge, would you?  In my younger, smarty-pants days, I would have said, YES!  But now I know better.  Now I would only jump off a bridge after careful examination of the situation.  How…

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Keep Your Estate Plan Current

When we are younger and creating estate plans, there are generally considerations for children’s trusts and guardians.  Parents or siblings are appointed as personal representatives or agents.  But--what happens when a sibling who was appointed as the guardian of your…

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(Don’t) Do It Yourself Estate Planning

An advertisement for a “Free Estate Planning App” recently came across one of my social media platforms.  I was intrigued.  There are many popular websites where individuals can go to create their own legal documents, but nothing so easy as…

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Personal Property Memorandum

Family members often end up arguing over mom or dad’s favorite items when that parent dies. Arguments can take place over things like a Cheese Days mug, a piece of jewelry or a painting. To eliminate these arguments, you can…

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Who Makes The Call?

In this coronavirus pandemic, a difficult question demands an answer: if you or someone you love is taken down by an illness, how far would you want extreme life-prolonging measures to be tried?  Does your family also know the answer…

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Seniors and Social Distancing

At Schluesche Fields S.C., we are following the medically recommended protocols and government mandates for social distancing. Slowing the spread of the coronavirus is the goal. These changes have minimized our ability to interact with clients, but the impact has…

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