Senior Living Blog - Quotes & Facts

Today, I finally disconnected my landline phone. You see, it seems that every day brought more and more phone callers persuading me to give money to various causes or to release personal information for certain reasons. I also found myself constantly running to the phone; the phone calls were calling so many interruptions. read more

A durable power of attorney for healthcare and finance is a combination of two legal documents allowing you to designate a trusted individual to make either medical or financial decisions on your behalf when you are incapacitated. The word "durable" refers to how these documents are actionable during incapacitation, which would disqualify other powers of attorney. read more

A last will and testament is a legal document that gives instructions for the distribution of your estate after your death. Your estate includes all of your property and assets, as well as the custody of dependents such as minor children, disabled children, or aging parents. read more

Importance Of A Living Will

Published May 09, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

A living will is so called because it is a legal document in the United States that conveys a person's wishes for medical care at times when they are unable to make their own decisions. These situations may include injury, terminal illness, dementia, coma, and other forms of incapacity or illness. read more

Celebrate Mother's Day

Published May 07, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

Mother's Day is the perfect time to let your mother know that you are thinking about her. Although the holiday is celebrated the world over at different times of the year, the meaning of the day is the same. What are some suggestions to show appreciation and love for your mother? read more

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