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The coronavirus pandemic is causing confusion for families of those who need to go to the hospital for care for suspected COVIS-19 infections.
Getting heath care by phone or video conferencing has been around for several decades, but the outbreak of coronavirus has led to an increase in telemedicine use that has never seen before, according to health systems and provider groups across the country.
Understanding the difference between these two types of trust can be the key to choosing an estate plan that works for you and your family.
Increased interest in estate planning is welcome, but make sure that you have all of the tools in place to protect your family. Making a will might not be enough.
To paraphrase Mark Twain: reports of the death of state estate taxes are greatly exaggerated. In fact, there are recent signs that states are starting to beef up their estate tax laws, instead of tearing them down. This, of course, is bad news for wealthier Americans, who had hoped that state lawmakers would continue burying these taxes.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, having a care plan is an important part of emergency preparedness for older adults and their caregivers.