What Your Company Can Gain From Our Lunch & Learn Program

At Elder Advisors, we spend a lot of time and effort helping people. We want to help families protect what they have accomplished for generations to come. We believe that understanding estate planning and asset protection are aspects of a healthy community – which is why we believe more people need to learn about these important topics. That’s where our Lunch-and-Learn Program comes in. We want to get out in the Read More

Who Should Take Advantage of Our Guidr Page?

At Elder Advisors Law, our team is constantly looking for ways to make estate planning more convenient and accessible for our clients. That’s what led us to launch a Guidr page which provides an avenue for more “Do It Yourself” planning. This platform won’t work for everyone, though. Most estates still require the detailed attention of an experienced attorney to avoid the many pitfalls of insufficient planning. The Read More

It’s Important to Refocus Your Estate in the New Year

And just like that, the new year is upon us. The last year has brought on many exciting opportunities and changes for Wisconsin and Florida families. As we start off 2023, it’s important to refocus ourselves on what’s important. Taking care of your family and loved ones should be near the top of the priority list – that includes your estate plan. You have to ask yourself important questions such as: Is my estate Read More

Include Aging Loved Ones In All Your Exciting Plans in the New Year!

At Elder Advisors Law, we talk a lot about planning and caring for our aging loved ones. It’s important to have a plan and keep up with their needs through the entire aging process. But, what about vacation planning? Sure, our team isn’t a vacation planning law firm and won’t be able to draw up your cross-country road trip for you – but we want to talk about the importance of including your aging loved ones in those Read More

When It Comes to Long-Term Care, You’ve Got Options

When you think about “long-term care” what do you think of? For most people, the first thought that comes to mind is a nursing home. We’re not here to tell you you’re wrong – nursing homes are certainly one option. But they’re certainly not the only option and the term is often used to cover several types of care. November is Long-term Care Awareness Month. This month is a great opportunity to learn more about the Read More

Friendships and Allies Mean The World to People With Alzheimer’s

At Elder Advisors Law, we talk a lot about the importance of allied professionals in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. These professionals ensure people with Alzheimer’s and their families have the resources they need to get through the challenges life has presented them. The same is true for friendships during an individual’s fight against Alzheimer’s. This might seem counterintuitive to people who don’t fully Read More

Where Are We At In The Fight Against Alzheimer’s?

Every year during this time of year there are organizations and individuals across the country putting together their own “Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's®.” This is a great opportunity to raise funds to fight back against the disease that more than 6.5 million Americans 65 and older are estimated to have according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Our team at Elder Advisors Law is proud to be a part of Read More

Back to School is the Perfect Time to Check Up On Your Estate Plan

Parents are probably already being bombarded with “back to school” advertising. With school just around the corner, there’s plenty of organizing and shopping to get done. One item every family should add to the list – checking in on your estate plan. Life is about to get much busier for most families as children need to get to and from school and extracurricular activities. Knocking out a thorough review and update Read More

It’s Imperative To Keep Your Estate Plan Updated

We’ve been over how everyone needs an estate plan, regardless of whether you’re young or old. It’s a necessary tool to protect and preserve your hard work for your loved ones when you’re gone. Unfortunately, one of the biggest mistakes people make in estate planning is to “set it and forget it.” Clients look at estate planning as a product instead of a process. Setting up an estate plan is an important first step, Read More

People with Dementia Are Capable Contributors

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. At Elder Advisors Law, we want to help move our community forward with important information and resources for people dealing with a form of dementia and their families. Worldwide, more than 55 million people are currently living with a form of dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Statistics show one out of three people will deal with some form of dementia Read More