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Understanding the Rising Costs of Long-Term Care

Our Mooresville attorneys at Daly Mills Estate Planning provide customized legal solutions for clients throughout North Carolina, so they can confidently plan for their futures. In many cases, that means planning for long-term care — even when they are in excellent health. Estate planning strategies are designed to help our Lake Norman area clients prepare for […]

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Estate Planning Tips for Avoiding Probate in North Carolina

Our Mooresville attorneys at Daly Mills Estate Planning know that understanding the ins and outs of probate can be confusing to nearly everyone. Probate is the legal process where a deceased person’s last will and testament are proved in a court of law and accepted as a valid public document concerning how their estate is settled. […]

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Removing the Confusion Associated with Trusts

Our Mooresville Estate Planning attorneys at Daly Mills Estate Planning represent clients throughout North Carolina by creating both real-time and long-term solutions that allow them to live their lives with confidence. We believe that customized estate planning provides a clear vision for how their futures unfold. For some, that means creating a trust. Unfortunately, there is […]

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Estate Planning Checklist Made Easy

Our experienced Mooresville attorneys at Daly Mills Estate Planning work closely with our North Carolina clients to remove the confusion and anxiety from important elder law subjects like wills and trusts, estate administration, and asset protection, so they can plan their futures with confidence. We understand that outlining your estate plans can be intimidating. And if you […]

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What is Undue Influence?

Undue Influence is when someone pressures another in such a way that the person being influenced is not acting by their own free will; they are being coerced into taking a certain action.  Undue influence often arises when a friend or family member falls ill.  For example, mom has been diagnosed with cancer and her […]

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Poor Sleep and Increase Risk of Alzheimer’s

You may already know that not getting enough good sleep can cause daytime sleepiness, an inability to make good decisions, car and other accidents, unhealthy food choices, weight gain, depression, high blood pressure, diabetes, and a host of other health problems. But could poor sleep increase your risk of Alzheimer’s, too? Three recent studies are […]

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What Types Of Assets Can Be Protected?

The idea of acquiring and building assets is a popular one. Every working American desires to acquire assets and to profit from those assets. What many Americans do not think about, however, is how to protect those assets once they have been acquired. Assets can be lost through various means, including lawsuits, judgements and more. […]

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Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid

Medicare and Medicaid are two different government programs for healthcare.  It is important to understand the difference between them. Medicare vs. Medicaid – What are the program benefits? Medicare is a program administered by the federal government to provide healthcare to certain populations. Original Medicare is divided into Parts A and B. Medicare Part A […]

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Why You Need a Power of Attorney

The benefits of a highly detailed, comprehensive power of attorney are numerous. Unfortunately, many powers of attorney are more general in nature and can actually cause more problems than they solve, especially for our senior population.  A proper starting point is to emphasize that the proper use of a power of attorney as an estate […]

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Big Win for Medicare Recipients – Appeals Process Now Available

Medicare is a federal program that provides medical coverage to certain individuals – those over age 65, younger folks with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease.   This coverage is critical to get those populations needed care. Medicare Part B covers things like doctor’s visits and outpatient care; it is not free. Medicare Part A […]

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