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Trusts and Your Heir with Special Needs

Trusts and Your Heir with Special Needs Trusts are a common estate planning tool and are used to keep assets out of a probated estate or to reduce an estate tax burden. Trusts can also be used to protect one’s heirs. There are instances when it may not be in a person’s own best interests to inherit funds directly. A direct inheritance may prove detrimental in the case of an heir with special... 

Trusts and Your Heir with Special Needs

Trusts are a common estate planning tool and are used to keep assets out of a probated estate or to reduce an estate tax burden. Trusts can also be used to protect one’s heirs. There are instances when it may not be in a person’s own best interests to inherit funds directly. A direct inheritance may prove detrimental in the case of an heir with special needs. The families of individuals... 

Nine Tips for Panic Elimination in Divorce

Stress and panic are two of the most common issues that people going through a divorce are likely to face. While a lot has been written about stress and how to handle it in divorce cases, there is very little attention given to panic.  Here are nine tips that will help you eliminate the element of panic from your divorce. 1.     Start Reading Legal Blogs The first and most important step in this... 

The Profile of the Family Caregiver in America is Changing

The Profile of the Family Caregiver in America is Changing According to a new study from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, family caregivers are a varied group. The report, Caregiving in the U.S. 2015, found that while the “typical” caregiver is a woman age 49 taking care of a relative, there are some surprising findings as well. Men, who are often stereotyped as failing to take... 

The Profile of the Family Caregiver in America is Changing

According to a new study from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, family caregivers are a varied group. The report, Caregiving in the U.S. 2015, found that while the “typical” caregiver is a woman age 49 taking care of a relative, there are some surprising findings as well. Men, who are often stereotyped as […]  Read More →

Asset Protection Planning for The Middle Class

Asset protection planning isn’t just for the 1% or the high net worth families anymore.  With the rising costs of long-term care in Michigan, plus the increases in divorce and creditor issues, more and more of my clients are interested in asset protection.  Asset protection for themselves against long-term care and creditor and divorce protection for their children. Asset Protection Planning... 

Defeating the Self-Defeating Thoughts in Divorces

Have you ever had those thoughts that take you from a good mood right down to being distraught and depressed? Such thoughts are common among people that have gone through or are going through a divorce. These are the thoughts that you are unable to share even with your best friends and are only left with to tackle by yourself. This phase in a divorce can be on of self-defeating thoughts. These are... 

Divorce Mediation and Expectation Management

One of the biggest fears that most couples and individuals have when going into divorce mediation is the threat of an uncertain financial future. Divorce is about dividing the pie that used to feed one family into two to feed two families. No matter what size of the pie each of the spouses gets it will continue to be less than what each had during their marriage. This is going to be a bitter pill for... 

FAQ’s – Back Injury Lawsuits

Back Injury If your back or spine has been injured through the fault of another, you need an experienced and respected attorney to help get you the money you deserve.  Here are some questions that our clients often ask: How do I Choose the Right Back Injury Lawyer for My Case?   Richard LaGarde has over thirty-three years of successful experience representing hundreds of individuals... 

Michigan’s ‘Welcome Home’ Bill to Help Veterans Transition into Civilian Life

Legislation to help veterans returning home receive information about employment and benefits available to them was passed by the Michigan House of Representatives on May 12 and has gone to the governor for consideration. Michigan governor Rick Snyder will look at the bill sponsored by Senator Jim Stamas, R-Midland. If approved, the legislation will assign the state’s Veterans Affairs Agency the... 
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