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My husband of fifty nine years died recently and I’m feeling overwhelmed by day-to-day decisions. I expected to feel the emotions associated with grief but I never expected to feel helpless. My husband took care of our financial life and I’m really at a loss. I don’t want my children to know how much this...
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I was sitting with a new client recently who had been referred by her good friend. She was seeking help making some decisions about where she would live. She realized that her expenses were too high for her means and that it was her cost of housing that had the biggest impact. She wanted to...
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Sometimes we forget to take even the most basic steps to protect ourselves or our loved ones in the event of an emergency. I’ve been surprised over and over when I ask clients if they have added ICE to their cell phones, wallets, and glove compartments. Most often, I’m greeted with a questioning look. Of...
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Recently, I’ve found myself working with several client families who are deciding where and how they (or their aging parent) should live as they age. While each situation differs in some important ways from the others, there is a set of common tools that work well in this situation. If you are thinking about this...
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