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Blog Posts in June, 2019

  • Growing Up and Growing Old LGBTQ

    This article from the NY Times sheds light on the unique experience aging members of the LGBTQ community face and the importance of mentorship... Aging is a challenge for any population, but the L.G.B.T.Q. community faces a special set of obstacles. Gay and lesbian elders are less likely to have children who can care for them in older age, according to Ilan H. Meyer , a scholar at the Williams ...
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  • LGBTQ Pride Month

    June is LGBTQ Pride Month, and whether you are just starting out as a couple or approaching a golden anniversary, you have every reason to be proud. You have fought for numerous rights and succeeded on many levels, including the right to marry. Celebrate your union in June by tackling another – often overlooked – milestone as a couple: your estate plan. UMMM? If you are young and still building ...
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  • "Dad, Let's Talk..." Advice on How to Start the Conversation

    Father’s Day is upon us and it always gets us thinking... Sure, Father’s Day is about celebrating and appreciating the father figures in our lives. After all, many of us wouldn’t be who we are today without them. But it can also be a day to consider the future, talk, plan, and prepare. What happens if dad gets ill or has an accident? Does he have an estate plan ? Is our family prepared to make the ...
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  • June 15th is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

    Every year, on June 15 th , the world recognizes World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD). As its name implies, it’s not a day of celebration. Rather, it’s a day to bring awareness to a growing and concerning worldwide problem. We strongly believe that we ALL have an obligation to care for our elders. Here, we’ll highlight the issue of elder abuse , discuss what it means, and offer safeguards and ...
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  • Older American's Month

    May was a busy month for us as we moved our office and added new team members to our Goldfarb & Luu family. However, it was also an important month for seniors, as it was Older American's Month . So here is our post, albeit a little late. May has long been set aside as a time to celebrate senior citizens and focus on their unique needs, which becomes increasingly relevant as the Baby Boomers take ...
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  • Helping from a Distance

    June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness month so I have been spending time reading Alz blogs. Today I came across this one from our neighbors, here in Los Angeles (Alzheimer's LA). The "Ask Miriam" column is always a quick read, but filled with insightful tips and heartfelt advice. This month's entry is no exception! Her reader is asking how to help a loved one from afar and the response came with ...
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