2 tips for long-term care planning

After working for many years, you deserve quality health care services and a comfortable life. Virginia Health Information (VHI) has a consumer guide that provides in-depth information to those needing long-term care and their loved ones.   Several options are...

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Do you need a digital estate plan?

If you think that an estate plan is just a simple will, think again: These days, even a basic estate plan needs a will, advance directives and powers of attorney designations, and many ordinary people are exploring things like living trusts, Medicaid planning and...

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Can the court throw out your prenup?

If you have a prenuptial agreement, odds are that you’re counting on it in the event of a divorce. You know what that agreement says and what rights it gives you. You fully expect the court to honor it and hand you the financial assets that are listed as yours in the...

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3 things to leave out of your will

Your will is an important part of a bigger estate plan. It allows you to designate who gets what when you die and name someone as a guardian for your minor children.  However, a will isn’t for everything. This document has limits, and some things should be left out....

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