NCBAM connects the aging and their families to resources that offer guidance on legal issues affecting aging adults today.
Posted by Paul Marth on April 26, 2013
In my last posting I suggested that there are a minimum of three legal documents that every senior should have-a will, power of attorney and a living will. Today I will discuss why it is important to have a properly drafted will. Abraham...read on
Posted by Paul Marth on April 12, 2013
You have probably heard the quote, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Unfortunately, when it comes to preparation of essential legal documents, this quote is often proven true as people procrastinate on getting their legal...read on
Posted by Debbie Pilson on October 03, 2012
Many of us don't want to think about death and dying. So we put off completing a "living will, "health care power of attorney," and "durable power of attorney." These involve decisions made on your behalf if you become incapacitated and...read on
Posted by Paige Richardson on July 20, 2012
NC Attorney General Roy Cooper warns aging adults to beware of scammers using the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Health Care Act ("Obama Care") to steal private information.
According to an alert from the Attorney General's...read on