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Will Your Heirs Receive the Estate You Intended?

Will Your Heirs Receive the Estate You Intended?
When we discuss estate plans during our client meetings, we often hear either: “It’s on my list and I will call next week to get it done.” Or, “this doesn’t apply to me…I have my will and trust sitting in my safe.” If you haven’t thought about your will and trust over the last few years and made sure these documents were up-to-date, then please keep reading! That’s because lives and laws can change dramatically in just a few years and these changes can affect your estate.   Successful estate plans often have these attributes: Key participants are identified They reflect your current situation They are kept up-to-date legally Capable people are asked to distribute or manage your assets. Here are some tips for creating and maintaining a successful estate plan: An estate plan includes documents that can be used while you are alive and after you have passed.  When...
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Knowing the Signs: GBB Partners with Alzheimer’s Association to Learn More about Alzheimer’s Disease

Knowing the Signs: GBB Partners with Alzheimer’s Association to Learn More about Alzheimer’s Disease
In late July, GBB met with members of the Sacramento Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association to learn more about this disease.  Our goal: become better prepared to support our clients as they age. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that one in eight individuals over age 65 has Alzheimer’s and nearly half of people over age 85 have Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Over the last couple of generations, these percentages have grown, which makes Alzheimer’s both very prevalent and slowly debilitating—while not being deadly.  On average the disease can last eight years. From an emotional standpoint, Alzheimer’s is very difficult on all involved.  The person with dementia or Alzheimer’s can have periods of lucidity when they can understand their situation. These periods are often very difficult for them because they understand they have a disease that currently doesn’t have a cure. The caregivers (spouses, adult children, family members, etc.) for...
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