Did you know that we have a plethora of information about estate, long-term care, and special needs planning on our website? And it’s in all sorts of formats depending on how you prefer to get your information and how in-depth you’d like to delve into a particular topic. We have articles, blog posts, legal guides, podcasts, and short instructive videos.
Here’s a guide:
We have dozens of articles on topics as varied as “So, You’ve Been Appointed Trustee: What Now?” to Is Guardianship Necessary When a Child with Special Needs Turns 18? to “44 Questions to Ask a Nursing Home.” Check them all out here.
Legal Guides are more in-depth, downloadable papers on specific topics, including “Asset Protection for Seniors,” “The Basic Rules of Nursing Home MassHealth Eligibility,” and “A Primer on the Massachusetts Estate Tax.” Check out the listing here.
For those who prefer to listen, we have a growing library of podcast interviews with specialists in elder care, Social Security, long-term care insurance and planning to protect vacation homes, among other topics. Check out the selection here or download the AskHarry podcast on iTunes or Spotify.
Estate Planning 101 is a series of short video presentations on different aspects of estate planning, including wills, revocable trusts, and an introduction to MassHealth planning. Check out the growing selection of videos here. Each lasts just five minutes or less.
We present webinars every month or two and archive them so you can watch them any time. Topics range from “Understanding Incapacity & Undue Influence and Ways to Ensure Legal Protection” to “Update on Treatment of Irrevocable Trusts in MassHealth Eligibility, and What to do About It” to “Estate Planning Essentials for New Parents.” You see the full list here.
Planning for Life Blog
You know about our blog because you’re on it. Explore its hundreds of posts by topic or popularity. On the right, you’ll find a list of the top five posts and then the posts by topic. You can subscribe to receive notices of blog items as they’re posted on the upper right.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for from any of the sources above, just ask me your question. On my AskHarry.info site, I answer consumer questions free of charge and post the questions and answers. We have more than 350 posted so far, with the number growing every week.
Or schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys by calling 781.705.6400 or filling out the form to the right.