Affordable Care Act Info Session in Raleigh

Posted on: November 1st, 2013
Disability Rights of North Carolina, a not-for-profit dedicated to preserving the rights of those disabled in the Tar Heel State, hosts information sessions about the Affordable Care Act in Raleigh on November 6 and November 12, 2013....

No Health Insurance? You Still Have to Pay

Posted on: October 5th, 2013
If you don’t pay for health insurance, then you have to pay a fee. This fee is called the Shared Responsibility Payment. Affected taxpayers are obligated by law to satisfy these payments....

Health Care Reform Scams

Posted on: July 18th, 2013
Senior citizens are vulnerable to financial predators and scams, but now families with elderly relatives need to be aware of scams associated with the new health care reform. ...

What Happens if Your Beneficiary Dies Before You Do?

Posted on: May 22nd, 2013
As you prepare your Will and estate plan, you will choose beneficiaries to receive your financial and personal assets. What happens if a beneficiary dies before you do?...

3 Reasons Why You Don’t Need to be a Senior Citizen to Use an Elder Law Attorney

Posted on: April 14th, 2013
A common misconception is that elder law attorneys are used primarily by senior citizens. Although elder law attorneys can assist with crisis Medicaid planning and present eligibility for Veterans’ Benefits, they can also help younger individuals make a plan in advance. ...

Statutory Forms vs. Five Wishes: Health Care Documents in NC

Posted on: January 23rd, 2013
North Carolina health care directives and powers of attorney are required in order for another person to make decisions about an individual’s medical or financial matters. ...
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