How do you know when your dad should no longer drive? The answer is obvious: when you will no longer ride with him. The sad fact is in rural Indiana losing your driver’s license is equated with the loss of your independence. We do not want mom or dad to […]
New VA Rules for Pension Benefits Effective October 18, 2018 The VA has a pension benefit to help certain financially eligible wartime veterans or spouses of deceased veterans. This pension benefit has come to be known as the Aid and Attendance Award. The VA has recently published proposed changes in […]
Important Change in Indiana Health Care Consent Laws We all make decisions about our health every day. We take for granted our right to make these decisions. Who will make decisions about your health when you become incompetent? If you did not have a written advance directive, Indiana law used […]
Senior $afe Act President Trump signed a new federal law into effect on May 24, 2018. This federal law promises immunity for financial institutions reporting suspected financial exploitation of consumers 65 or older. This law encourages banks, credit unions and other financial institutions to train their employees to make reports […]
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