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How estate planning now may prevent problems later

Procrastination is common, and, for the most part, harmless. When it comes to preparing for your elderly loved one's future, however, procrastination can prove to be a bit more of a concern. Despite the host of reasons why early estate planning is advisable, your elderly loved one may be hesitant to begin the estate planning process because:

Advance directives -- a way to make your wishes known

There is no telling what the future holds. So, when estate planning, one must plan for every conceivable situation. This may seem to be an impossible task. While it can take time, it is something you can work through with the assistance of an estate planning attorney.

Are you caring for an aging or ill parent in Texas?

In Texas, there is an assumption that each adult has the capacity to make his or her own decisions. When old age, the onset of dementia or Alzheimer's, a serious injury or an illness impairs that person's ability to make wise choices, adults children often need to step up to the plate.

Two tools for protecting yourself in an emergency

No one wants to spend time thinking about the bad things that could happen to them. But, it's even worse to be caught unprepared. Sudden illnesses and accidents can happen to anyone, and it is important to take steps to protect yourself and your family.

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