Elder Law & Estate Planning Attorneys
Elder Law & Estate Planning Attorneys

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The Aging Hour provides clarity about all of your questions about aging. Count on us for the straightforward advice you need to create a successful plan for you and your family.

105. What constitutes a legal binding Will, we can’t find my mom’s Power of Attorney, and does my mom need to go through Probate if my dad had a Will?

June 29, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Is my dad’s handwritten Will going to stand up?
  2. I can’t find my mom’s Power of Attorney, what do I do?
  3. Help, my mom thinks she doesn’t have to go through Probate.

104. Protecting your child from their inheritance, choosing a Health Care Power of Attorney, and ensuring your loved ones aren’t left with a huge mess when you pass away.

June 22, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Can I protect my kid from his inheritance?
  2. I’m a single person, how do I find someone to be my Health Care Power of Attorney?
  3. Don’t let this happen to you! (How to ensure that your loved ones aren’t left with a huge Probate mess and large amounts of Estate tax debts when you pass away.)

103. Traditional vs. a Roth IRA, what will happen to my pets, and healthcare managers.

June 15, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Should I convert my traditional IRA retirement savings to a Roth IRA?
  2. What do I do with my pets after I pass?
  3. Is it smart to hire a healthcare manager now?

102. Is probate necessary? Keeping daughter-in-law away from inheritance, and what to do for mom!

June 8, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Is probate really necessary in Washington State?
  2. How do I make sure my daughter-in-law doesn’t get anything when I die?
  3. Help, I don’t know what to do for my mom!

101. Mom left us with a probate mess, protecting yourself from estate taxes, and how to retire early.

June 1, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Help, my mom left me a big mess and I don’t know what to do!
  2. How do I protect myself from estate taxes?
  3. I’m single and I want to retire early. What should I be looking at?

100. Income in retirement, inherited dogs, and using investments to pay off your mortgage.

May 18, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. How much money do need in order to retire comfortably?
  2. Help, my wife “inherited” her mother’s dog and I don’t think I can take it!
  3. Should I use money from my investment account to pay off my mortgage?

99. Is a Trust the best way to avoid probate, long-term care for veterans, and getting your kids to mind their own damn business!

May 11, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Are there any ways to avoid probate other than a Trust?
  2. Are there any long-term care benefits available for Veterans?
  3. How do I get my kids to mind their own damn business?

98. Helping mom access long term care on Medicaid, Senior Housing, and planning for a successful probate!

May 4, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. Can you help me get my mom on Medicaid?
  2. Can you help me with probate?

Additionally, Phillip welcomes special guests from the Weitzel and Andrew Home Team.

97. Funding Trust Assets, Converting Traditional IRA to Roth, and Powers of Attorney

April 27, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. How do we fund my mom’s assets in her Trust?
  2.  Help, I need to know if my dad can sign a Power of Attorney?

Additionally, we welcome back Jacob Anderson, Financial Planner with Thrivent.  Today Jacob and Phillip discuss converting a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA.

96. Wills or Revocable Trusts. IRA Beneficiaries and Probate. The quality of Long-Term Care on Medicaid.

April 20, 2024

In this week’s episode, Elder Law attorney Phillip George answers the following listener questions:

  1. When should people have a Will and when should they have a Trust?
  2. Help, my husband didn’t have me listed on his IRA.
  3. Is the care you receive on Medicaid any good?

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