Life is Too Short

According to recent data from the Women’s Institute for Secure Data one third of the women who lose a spouse are under the age of 65. And yes, for over 100 years women have enjoyed longer life spans then men. Although, according to a Los Angeles Times story this has not always been the case…. Read More »


The term “Fiduciary” defines anyone who acts on behalf of another. The simplest fiduciary is an “agent,” often appointed under a Power of Attorney. But other agents are appointed by court (guardians, conservators, administrators, and personal representatives) or by written agreement (health care proxies and trustees). Since one purpose of estate and long-term care planning… Read More »