The time has finally come for you to relax into retirement. In addition to the financial considerations with which most are familiar — do you have sufficient resources and income to allow a comfortable lifestyle — there are some legal questions worth contemplating.
If you have already created legal documents outlining directives - are those up to date? Often people who create directives earlier in their life do not revisit them. Perhaps dynamics in the relationships with beneficiaries have shifted or maybe you anticipate needing to tap into Medicaid as an option, should you need long-term care. Whatever the case, take time before your retirement to review and update your documents with the help of a certified elder law attorney.

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Retirement should be a time for relaxation — not worry. Establish or revisit your Estate documents to give yourself the peace of mind that everything is taken care of.

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