Don’t Let Another Year Pass Without Naming Guardians For Your Kids!

If you’re making New Years resolutions this year and still have minor children at home, don't forget to add naming legal guardians to the list!Statistics show that 69% of parents do not have legal guardians named who can raise … [Read more...]

Evan Farr Featured in Newsweek Magazine

The Farr Law Firm is  Proud to Announce our Recent Recognitions : Evan Farr was recently featured in Newsweek Magazine, the second-largest weekly news magazine in the U.S.Evan was listed as  a “Nationwide Top Attorney”  as part … [Read more...]

Happy Holidays from the Farr Law Firm!

To all of our colleagues, business associates, and previous, current and perhaps future clients, here is a special Holiday Card just for you!First and foremost, we would like to thank all of you for another productive and … [Read more...]

Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefits Increase

Good news! For the first time since 2008, the Department of Veterans Affairs has announced an increase in maximum  Aid and Attendance benefits available to veterans of the armed forces. These new figures for 2012 reflect a 3.6% … [Read more...]

Estate Planning for Single Adults

When we typically think of estate planning, we see grandma and grandpa putting together a will and possibly setting up some trusts for the following generations. It’s all about providing for our offspring, right?Not necessarily. … [Read more...]

Tackling the “Sibling Situation”

Siblings often have trouble agreeing on anything, so why should it be any different when it comes to Mom and Dad’s elder care?  Unfortunately those of us in elder law see quite often how families have a very difficult time when it … [Read more...]

Three Tips to Outsmart Timeshare Reps

If you and your family are fortunate enough to go on that well-deserved resort vacation this year, then there is a good chance you'll find yourself listening to the all-too-familiar ‘timeshare marketing pitch.’   Most people … [Read more...]

Budgeting for Seniors

Budgeting is part of any effective Life Care Plan and becomes even more important when seniors experience a big life change, such as moving into an assisted living facility, losing a spouse or having a drastic change in health. … [Read more...]

Remembering 9/11

As I’m sure many of you know already, this Sunday marks the ten-year anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001 at 8:46 a.m. ET. Instead of writing a typical Elder Law or Estate … [Read more...]

Two Lessons from Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

You may be aware that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. However, fewer people realize that before October, is September: National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.  More than 15,000 women will die from ovarian … [Read more...]

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