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As an executor, how should you get started?

Being the executor of an estate is no easy task. You may have accepted the role because you did not want to disappoint your loved one, or you may have felt particularly suited to the tasks ahead. Of course, you and many other Massachusetts residents may not fully...

Warnings about signing a nursing home contract

Whether your parent has already planned wisely for long-term care or you fear you will be the one handling the responsibility of your parent's elder care matters, there are certain factors you may expect. For example, you may have to make critical decisions about your...

Are you hoping to stay home as you age?

You love your home. It is where you made many memories with your spouse and children. You look around at the furniture, decorations, photographs on the wall and trinkets sitting around, and you feel comfortable and safe.If it is your hope to remain in your home as...

4 steps to keep your assets in the family

If you have high-value assets, you may be concerned about what will happen to them upon your death. Most people want to pass on their hard work and good fortune to their loved ones. Here are four steps that position your assets, so they may be passed down to your...

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