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Is Probate Necessary in Connecticut?


Probate in Connecticut can be a long and complicated process. Many people would prefer to avoid this process and not have to spend time and money going to court to facilitate the transfer of wealth to new owners.  Still, while probate can be a big hassle, the proceedings do serve a purpose. Probate is the […] The post Is Probate Necessary in Connecticut? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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The Elderly Are Being Left Behind in Connecticut


An elder law attorney at Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates helps seniors to put plans in place to have the best possible quality of life. Often, this means taking advantage of community programs and supportive services to stay connected to others, remain independent for as long as possible, and stave off the mental and physical issues that can result […] The post The Elderly Are Being Left Behind in Connecticut appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Connecticut Senior Center Breaks Ground

A Connecticut elder law attorney can provide help to seniors in making plans to get the care and support they need as they grow older. Often, when seniors age, they experience age-related infirmities or develop illnesses that make living alone impractical or impossible. If this occurs, it becomes important for those seniors and their family [ ] The post Connecticut Senior Center Breaks Ground appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Health Bill Could Present Challenges to Connecticut Nursing Home Care


Many older people and disabled people rely on Connecticut nursing home care if they cannot live independently. Unfortunately, this care can be very costly to provide. Medicaid is a leading payor of nursing home care services, but the New Haven Register recently published an article indicating that health reform bills that are being considered could [ ] The post Health Bill Could Present Challenges to Connecticut Nursing Home Care appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Should Young People Invest in IRAs?


Connecticut elder law attorneys provide help with many important issues that you may not think of elder law attorneys assisting with. For example, an elder law attorney can help young people with making a financial plan including a retirement plan. Making a retirement plan when you are young is vital, because the power of compound [ ] The post Should Young People Invest in IRAs? appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Problems that Can Arise During Probate


Connecticut probate attorneys know that the probate process is often a complicated and difficult process for family members to go through after their loved one has passed away. The probate process can take a long time, cost a lot of money, and leave families struggling to understand legal concepts that they do not fully grasp.  [ ] The post Problems that Can Arise During Probate appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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Connecticut Paying Families to Care for Elderly Relatives


Connecticut elder law attorneys know that many seniors struggle to afford the costs of long term care. Many older people also dread the idea of having to move into a nursing home or having to be cared for by strangers. While there are skilled healthcare professionals who provide assistance to older people, elder abuse is [ ] The post Connecticut Paying Families to Care for Elderly Relatives appeared first on Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C..
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