The Right to Control Funeral and Burial Arrangements (Part 2)
In my post last week, I explained how my client Joe can insure that his burial wishes are carried out. One option is to set up a prepaid burial plan. He can set aside money in trust to cover the burial arrangement he has chosen while alive.
The Right to Control Funeral and Burial Arrangements (Part 1)
Recently my client, Joe asked me how he could be sure his wishes with respect to his funeral arrangements would be honored. Joe is not married. He has children but is not close with them. He has no siblings. I suggested to him that he could set
Irrevocable Trusts and Medicaid (Part 3)
I promised in last week’s blog post that I would explain another solution to Mary’s Medicaid dilemma. Her uncle left assets in a trust for Mary but the terms provide that the funds can be used for Mary’s health support and maintenance. I explained to Mary and
Irrevocable Trusts and Medicaid – Part 2
In last week’s blog post I was talking about a call I received about Mary, who is now in a nursing home. She has spent her assets towards her care and the only source of payment left is money that was left in an irrevocable trust for Mary’s