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Tag Archives: Veterans Benefits
Since Kelly is in the proverbial “driver’s seat” of Four Pillars Law Firm, it only makes sense that she serves on a Steering Committee. (Sorry, we couldn’t resist!). Early this month, Kelly and Matt drove down the highway to Pawley’s … Continue reading
The Disabled Military Child Protection Act has been introduced by Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC) (S.1076) and Congressman Jim Moran (D-VA) (H.R.4329) in an effort to provide for the payment of monthly annuities under the Survivor Benefit Plan to a supplemental … Continue reading
The annual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference brought together healthcare professionals and scientists to present the latest research on Alzheimer’s disease. Sadly, the disease not only affects the 5.4 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s, but also the 15 million-plus Americans who … Continue reading
For the ninth consecutive year, Genworth surveyed long term care service providers throughout the nation to analyze the current cost of long term care services. In doing so, Genworth recognized several emerging trends: 1) The cost of long term care … Continue reading
More and more parents are moving in with their adult children, and the trend probably won’t reverse anytime soon. As nursing home costs continue to rise, children and their parents are finding that living together is a better arrangement, both … Continue reading
Statistics show that more women than men in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease or some other form of dementia: • Almost two-thirds (2/3) of all Americans living with Alzheimer’s are women • 3.4 million women age 65 and older … Continue reading
As the holidays grow near, many of us will be traveling to visit our aging relatives who we may not see as often during the rest of the year. When you do so, take the time to enjoy spending that … Continue reading