Receiving a terminal diagnosis is a devastating health outcome for a patient and their loved ones, and while it most certainly will cause dread and despair, it is important to realize that the terminally diagnosed person and their family must take certain steps to ensure
Planning for college can simultaneously be an extremely exciting and daunting prospect. Between looking for dorms, choosing classes, and buying necessary items, the transition period between high school graduation and the first day of college is hectic. An overlooked part of this process, however, are
When caring for someone with dementia, it can be heartbreaking to see the symptoms of this cognitive disease to wear down your family member. Dementia gradually takes their mental capabilities such as their memory and ability to communicate which ultimately will affect their physical abilities.
While estate planning is an important task everyone faces at one point, it can get complicated. Oftentimes we are forced to think about our own mortality, and how we want our valuables to be passed along which is never easy. But essentially, the purpose of
As parents and guardians, seeing your children grow up so quickly can leave you forgetting about the importance of planning for their future health and well being. They’re young and have a great amount of time ahead of them, but what legal documents are needed
It’s February 1, 2020. New York is in the midst of the Northeastern Blizzard of 2021 and the state of emergency has been declared. We are also in the midst of the deadly 2nd wave of Covid-19: 150-200 New Yorkers dying daily. They are dying
As the divorce rate among married couples has stabilized at around forty-five percent in recent decades, an increasing amount of couples looking to split have taken the approach of staying permanently separated, but not legally divorced. Although looking from either spouse’s point of view, such