Are new estate planning documents (Will, Trust, Financial Power of Attorney and Advance Directive for Health Care) needed when moving to a new state? If there’s a good chance that your move will prove to be either an extended Continue reading →
Attorney Bryson is speaking at a seminar for professionals about safeguarding the financial future of elderly clients through asset protection. The seminar includes strategies and techniques to qualify for government benefits such as VA and Medicaid. The presentation Continue reading →
Attorney and financial adviser Richard Bryson to present on strategies for asset protection and legacy planning at the annual Financial Wellness Seminar held at Mountain View West Church, 4818 Hugh Howell Road, Stone Mountain, Georgia on Saturday, March 11, 2017 Continue reading →
Attorney Richard S. Bryson, with Bryson Law Firm, P.C., hosted a live teleconference on avoiding costly litigation when resolving trust and estate disputes on December 3, 2014. The seminar was designed to educate estate and trust attorneys, accountants, Continue reading →
Many families gather together to share in this wondrous and magical time of the holiday season, but it can also be a time to address important family topics — estate planning or elder care needs. While all are together, begin Continue reading →
Of all the challenging decisions involving a senior, the hardest has to be the maze of choices involving care options. When a senior lacks mental or physical capacity to live alone, the choices are not obvious. Can the senior continue to stay home with a little extra help? Are personal care homes capable of providing appropriate medical care? Will the high quality of life focus provided by assisted living facilities deplete the senior’s lifetime savings available? Do the long-term care needs of the senior justify the high costs of 24-hour skilled care of a nursing home? Can the senior’s funds be used to make improvements to a child’s home to allow the senior to move in (e.g. in-law suite)?