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Life Events that Should Trigger an Update to Your Estate Plan
Life Events that Should Trigger an Update to Your Estate Plan
You’re the proud owner of a legal Will and you should be. After years of accumulating savings, you’ve taken good action steps by creating an estate plan. This an important personal goal and should now...
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The Decedent’s Debts: Who’s on First?
The Decedent’s Debts: Who’s on First?
Nursing home expenses and even funeral bills might initially be ignored or delayed during a time when survivors are seriously concerned about final VISA or Mastercard bills. Elder law attorneys are used to family members...
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Be Cautious If You Receive an Inheritance
Be Cautious If You Receive an Inheritance
My favorite aunt passed away last year, and I inherited $2,500,000 after her probate. The check came last week. It has been a nightmare! I am a pharmacist and know a lot about medicines but...
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Waited Too Long to Save for Retirement? Here are Six Things You Can Still Do
Waited Too Long to Save for Retirement? Here are Six Things You Can Still Do
In a perfect world, we’d all have saved enough by age 60 to relax about money and start planning our golden years.  However, in reality, says Bankrate.com, most people find themselves rapidly approaching retirement with...
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Another Reason to Update Your Will: Digital Assets
Another Reason to Update Your Will: Digital Assets
Ensuring that your property is appropriately managed and disbursed upon your incapacity or death, is no longer limited to physical or financial property.  Your estate plan now needs to include digital assets, the online accounts...
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‘I Love You’ Estate Planning
‘I Love You’ Estate Planning
Many estate plans fall into the “I love you” estate plan.  This isn’t always how it goes, but it’s the rule rather than the exception, according to nwi.com’sarticle “Estate Planning: Excluding a loved one from...
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Working on Your Bucket List? First, Finish Your Estate Plan
Working on Your Bucket List? First, Finish Your Estate Plan
Seniors should be having some heart-to-heart discussions with their spouses and loved ones about their wishes concerning their assets and their final days, according to Intermountain Catholicin “Retirees Have Several Financial Issues to Consider.” After a...
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Digital Assets Update: A New Kind of Property
Digital Assets Update: A New Kind of Property
So much of our lives is lived online, that we don’t give it a second thought—until a person with an active digital life passes away. Then what happens? According to this article from the American...
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Facing the Worst News and Preparing for the Inevitable
Facing the Worst News and Preparing for the Inevitable
Receiving a terrifying medical diagnosis of a fatal illness, can leave you and your loved ones stunned and afraid. Once the initial shock has subsided and you have put the emotional and medical resources in...
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Why You Shouldn’t Put Off Estate Planning
Why You Shouldn’t Put Off Estate Planning
Estate planning protects families, especially those with young children. It can eliminate stress, expense and unpleasant consequences that can last for generations. This is the message in an article titled “In the Works: Don’t Wait:...
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“On the threshold of retirement, we finally decided to quit thinking we could self-prepare the requisite documents. We had previously had only a very simple will. We needed the necessary legal (including updated will) & health care docs but didn’t want to deal with the time & complication of legalese. Cindy made the process relatively painless. She took the time to explain and answer questions without trying to upsell services. We were done in 2 meetings plus the reading of emailed drafts. In addition to preparing the documents, Nelson Eldercare will be there when our adult children need advice on executing the plans we’ve put in place.So glad it’s behind us and would recommend Cindy and her helpful staff.”

- Bonnie

Cindy and her company treat their clients like family. Nelson’s offers clear, direct, and honest guidance in planning for your families security and future. No one wants to actively sit down and make these decisions, but Nelson’s makes this process seamless. I was so impressed with their willingness to answer all questions big or small. So glad I made the decision have them help my mom and dad and now me. You can’t go wrong with Nelson’s Elder Care Law.

- Hope

The very best elder law attorney and staff anyone could ever ask for! I have referred a number of clients to Cindy and she never disappoints. She is kind, caring, and extremely thorough in making sure everything is completed as it should be. I highly recommend Cindy for anyone needing lawyer services; she truly goes above and beyond for every client she helps and has had a huge impact in so many peoples’ lives. Thank you, Cindy and staff, for everything that you do- I’m so glad to know you!

- Kerri

I heard Cindy’s presentation at a Senior Luncheon at my church, and was very impressed. She helped my daughter and me understand many aspects of elder law. Josh has also been very helpful in my planning to enter an independent living situation . I have told many friends about them.

- Charlotte

Cindy and the Nelson Elder Care Law team are trustworthy and helpful. They are the experts in elder care law. At Leaf Cremation, we entrust our families to the care of the Nelson team when their services are needed.

- Pierce