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Elder Law

Are You Prepared to Age in Place?

‘Aging in place’ is what most of us want—to stay home in our comfortable environment as we age and receive care in the home when needed, rather than moving to a nursing home or assisted living facility.

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How Does an Executor Obtain a Credit Report for Decedent?

While it’s not something many people think about until faced with the issue, obtaining a credit report for a deceased person is important. You may need to make sure the credit report is accurate and take stock of any creditors you need to notify of the death or see if there’s any unresolved debt that you’re not aware of.

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Asset Protection

Can I Keep a Loved One’s Inheritance From Their Spouse?

I plan to leave most of my estate to my niece, but I do not want her estranged husband to be able to get his hands on any of the money. They are not getting divorced ‘because of the child.’ What is the most economical way to do this? They live in Missouri and may be moving to South Carolina. I am a New Jersey resident.

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