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Cryptocurrency in Estate Planning
For estate planning, there are three key elements for handling cryptocurrency. Read more to learn about Cryptocurrency in Estate Planning.
The Rich and Famous Can Make Estate-Planning Mistakes, Just Like Regular Folks
A cautionary tale about estate planning mistakes.
Estate Planning Options for Retirement Accounts
Estate Planning Options for Retirement Accounts Learn Your Options
Can People with Disabilities Have Assets Without Being Disqualified for Mainecare or SSI?
The funds of a person with a disability are used to fund or establish a first party supplemental needs trust. The federal law, and Maine law allows these trusts.
Four Reasons Your Will May Be Contested in Court
Considering the time and expense, will contests are something you’ll want to avoid at all costs. Not only would it jeopardize your final wishes but it also causes unnecessary and painful conflict among your loved ones during an already emotionally trying time.
Don’t Risk it: Protect Your Finances From Coronavirus Complications
As the coronavirus continues to expand across the country, thousands of Americans are unable to carry out normal financial responsibilities because they are too ill, or they are stuck abroad and unable to travel home, or from a lack of resources due to being isolated at home.
Penbay Estate Planning is Open During COVID-19.
Common Estate Planning Myths
Estate planning can be a very difficult process. The planning requires us to face the fact that we will not live forever.
Maine Seniors Embrace Technology
The mental stimulation and joy it can bring are just beginning to be tapped for the senior market.
Dealing with Spousal Dementia in MidCoast Maine
There are resources to dealing with spousal dementia in MidCoast Maine.
Helping Families Deal With the Financial and Emotional Costs of Dementia in MidCoast Maine
The costs of dementia can be devastating to the affected individual and their family. While scientists continue to search for solutions to the debilitating condition, the families affected with it must face its challenges.