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Health Care Planning

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Questions to Ask When Considering a Retirement Home (by Kyle A. Krasa)



When I was a kid, one of the most popular sitcoms was Golden Girls.  I often watched it with my grandmother.  On a typical Saturday night in the 1980’s, my grandmother in her 70s, and I, an elementary school child, would laugh together at Rose’s St. Olaf stories, Blanche’s exploits, Dorothy’s bad luck, and Sophia’s witty yet insightful comments.  In college, a few of my friends and I agreed that when we were ready for retirement, we would get a house together and be the “Golden Boys.


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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Taking Control of Your Health Care (by Kyle A. Krasa, Esq.)


A key aspect of estate planning is to plan for health care decisions in the event of incapacity.  Below is an overview of the most common health care planning documents.    

Advance Health Care Directive  

An Advance Health Care Directive (“AHCD”) has two main features.  First, it allows you to name an agent to make health care decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so.  Commonly referred to as a “health care power of attorney,” it is essential to name an agent and at least one or two alternates in the event that the first agent is for any reason unable or unwilling to act.


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