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|Author||: Sally Balch Hurme|
|Editor||: Amer Bar Assn|
The ABA Checklist for Family Heirs is a wonderful tool for anyone needing assistance in organizing information for heirs. The book, which comes complete with a CD of documents that can be modified according to one's needs, includes the following checklists: personal history; family history; insurance; benefits for survivors; banking and savings; investments; real estate; debts; wills and trusts; and final wishes.
|Author||: Sally Balch Hurme,Lawrence A. Frolik|
"Foreseeing where you might be living five, ten, or even twenty years from now takes forethought. That's what we hope this book helps you do-envision where you might be and take the steps to get there"--
|Author||: Sally Balch Hurme|
|Editor||: Amer Bar Assn|
A personal workbook that walks both individuals and their families through the process of dealing with matters after death, like applying for survivors' benefits, paying outstanding bills, arranging the funeral, and dealing with the grieving process.
|Author||: Sally Balch Hurme|
Caregiving is inevitably fraught with complex issues emotional as well as medical, financial, and legal. The ABA/AARP Checklist for Family Caregivers by Sally Balch Hurme can help organize the responsibilities that caregivers face. In one place, you ll be able to record and update the myriad details you need to keep track of. And if you don t know where to start, this invaluable tool tells you, step by step, what you need and why. You can easily personalize the to-do lists, either in the book or electronically, and have them available for quick reference for your caregiving team family, friends, aides, and medical, financial, and legal professionals. This new book third in the Checklist series from AARP and the ABA will save you time and simplify the daunting tasks of caregiving. Hurme shows you how to become a trusted steward without losing your sanity. A companion to the PBS documentary (June 2015) and Amy Goyer s ABA/AARP Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving."
|Author||: Scott Taylor Smith|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
A lawyer and venture capitalist provides a complete, practical guide for dealing with the concrete details surrounding the death of a loved one, from funeral and estate planning to navigating the complexities of online identities. Scott Taylor Smith, a venture capitalist and lawyer, had plentiful resources, and yet after his mother died, he made a series of agonizing and costly mistakes in squaring away her affairs. He could find countless books that dealt with caring for the dying and the emotional fallout of death, but very few that dealt with the logistics. In the aftermath of his mother’s death, Smith decided to write the book he wished he’d had. When Someone Dies provides readers with a crucial framework for making good, informed, money-saving decisions in the chaotic thirty days after a loved one dies and beyond. It provides essential, concrete guidance on: • Making funeral and memorial service arrangements • Writing an obituary • Estate planning • Contacting family and friends • Handling your loved one’s online footprint • Navigating probate • Dealing with finances, including trusts and taxation • And much, much more Featuring concise checklists in each chapter, this guide offers answers to practical questions, enabling loved ones to save time and money and focus on healing.
|Author||: quote cover notebook Publishing|
This notebook perfect for anyone to record ideas, It can be used by kids, school and college students and even adults. Size: 6x9 Inches wide lined pages -Made in USA 110 page wide ruled college pages -High-quality white paper This composition book or notebook.
|Author||: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,Health and Medicine Division,Board on Health Care Services,Committee on Family Caregiving for Older Adults|
|Editor||: National Academies Press|
Family caregiving affects millions of Americans every day, in all walks of life. At least 17.7 million individuals in the United States are caregivers of an older adult with a health or functional limitation. The nation's family caregivers provide the lion's share of long-term care for our older adult population. They are also central to older adults' access to and receipt of health care and community-based social services. Yet the need to recognize and support caregivers is among the least appreciated challenges facing the aging U.S. population. Families Caring for an Aging America examines the prevalence and nature of family caregiving of older adults and the available evidence on the effectiveness of programs, supports, and other interventions designed to support family caregivers. This report also assesses and recommends policies to address the needs of family caregivers and to minimize the barriers that they encounter in trying to meet the needs of older adults.
|Author||: Michael T. Palermo,Ric Edelman|
|Editor||: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.|
A guide to estate planning discusses such topics as wills, the probate process, selecting an executor, living trusts, naming a guardian for young children, living wills, and setting up a power of attorney.
|Author||: Amy Goyer|
This book is a companion to the PBS documentary Caring for Mom and Dad (May 2015) and Sally Hurme's ABA/AARP Checklist for Family Caregivers: A Guide to Making It Manageable.
|Author||: Nujood Ali|
|Editor||: Broadway Books|
The true story of a Yemeni child bride describes her forced marriage to an abusive husband three times her age, her pursuit of the marriage's dissolution, and the cultural factors that place girls at risk in Yemeni society.
|Author||: Joseph R. Hearn,Niel D. Nielsen|
|Editor||: Provisio Pub Llc|
A clear and comprehensive workbook designed to help families organize their most important financial and legal information.
|Author||: Ronald Farrington Sharp|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
This guide explains the benefits of a living trust in simple, specific terms and shows how to set up a loved one’s trust with no lawyers and no expense. Wills benefit lawyers. Trusts benefit the clients. Too often lawyers sell wills to clients only to sit back and wait to sell their probate services to their clients’ heirs. Ronald Farrington Sharp describes the best way to handle modern estate planning and details the many advantages trusts have over wills in not only eliminating probate but in also protecting your assets for your heirs. Sharp explains why legal services are not needed to do the clerical work in settling a trust after death. This updated edition includes new information on an array of subjects, including: Elimination of the federal estate tax for most estates due to increased exemption amounts Online assets The use of passwords, usernames, and websites Keeping trustees honest and the process of removing trustees for malfeasance Forms for simplifying the planning process Strategies to lower attorneys’ fees With no legal jargon, just step-by-step instructions and sample form letters, Living Trusts for Everyone takes the mystery out of the process of setting up a trust. “Sharp makes a reasoned and strong case for the use of trusts as a complete alternative for wills. For roughly the cost of a lunch, Living Trusts for Everyone can . . . equip the average American with enough thoughtful questions to ensure that his or her lawyer is doing all that s/he can to protect that person’s assets. For that alone, it belongs on your reading list.” —New York Journal of Books “If you want to know a good deal about estate planning and trusts but don’t want a four-hundred-page boring book to read, I highly, highly recommend getting this one. It’s short, to-the-point, and very informative.” —FreeMoneyFinance.com “Ronald Sharp explains trusts in clear and easy-to-understand language, including one truth most lawyers don’t want to admit: a trust is often better than a will and less costly!” —Lonnie Mclane, Estate & Tax Consultants, LLC
|Author||: Wayne Drake|
This unique book (printed in full color) contains all the information needed to cut and install crown molding and trim. Cathedral/vaulted ceilings are rarely attempted because of the many diverse compound miter joints necessary. With our easy to follow 3-Step Method, written for the novice do-it-yourself person and the professional alike, you will be amazed how easy it is. This 141-page "Crown Molding & Trim" book contains over 400 color photographs and illustrations with easy-to-understand instructions. Nowhere else will you find cutting and installing crown molding for horizontal or cathedral/vaulted ceilings made so quick and easy. The Crown Molding & Trim book also contains our proven easy-to-use Miter Table(c), Crown Molding Table(c), and Compound Miter Chart(c) which contain over 24,000 saw settings. Create inexpensive decorative crown molding shelves, fireplace mantels, crown molding cornices, and shadow boxes. Create beautiful multi-sided birdhouses, gazebos and flowerpots. Master any compound miter angle. Guaranteed! This is the only book that you will find anywhere that actually tells the novice do-it-yourself person the exact miter and blade tilt settings to easily cut any compound miter joint. With the Crown Molding & Trim book and a set of 4 True Angle(r) Tools, you will easily be able to cut and install all of the crown molding and trim in your ho
|Author||: Nancy Randolph Greenway|
|Editor||: Welcome Books|
Do you remember where the deed to your house is, what you paid for the painting hanging over your mantle, where your life insurance documents are? Have you photographed your belongings? Have you thought through your estate planning? Does anyone know what to do if something happens to you? Does everyone know what your wishes are? Life Organizer: The Essential Record Keeper & Estate Planner is the perfect place for storing all essential information, and finding lots of personal planning advice. Learn how an estate plan is, well…planned, and what you need to get started. In one handy location, find reader-friendly explanations, definitions, tips, worksheets and storage space for everything you need to organize your wishes and assets, and get on with your life! Nancy Randolph Greenyway, the extraordinary co-author of Pass it On: A Practical Approach to the Fears and Facts of Planning Your Estate (Hyperion), combines clear and friendly prose with legal expertise to make Life Organizer the definitive resource for reference, organization, and storage in all matters of basic estate planning. The organizer is divided into eight sections: • Family and Beneficiaries • Personal Considerations • Property and Investment Records • Insurance, Retirement and Business • My Will, Trusts and Gifts • Health Care Choices • Final Wishes • Resources and Advisors Produced as a three-ring-binder, Life Organizer includes 8 tabs with pockets, 15 plastic sleeves for storing copies of important documents, and 1 sleeve to hold 2 DVDs for photo and video inventory, plus dozens of worksheets, checklists, and pages for contact information of family members and professionals. Whether you're a baby boomer planning your estate, parent with a new family, or recent grad just beginning to earn an income, it's a beautiful and helpful organizer for anyone at any age. Nancy Randolph Greenway is co-author and primary writer of Pass it On: A Practical Guide to the Fears and Facts of Planning Your Estate (Hyperion, 2001). With a law degree and personal experience in estate matters across many states, Greenway remains uniquely qualified to distill estate-planning concerns faced at any stage of life.
|Author||: Sharona Hoffman|
This book offers a concise, comprehensive resource for middle-aged readers who are facing the prospects of their own aging and of caring for elderly relatives—an often overwhelming task for which little in life prepares us. • Covers a broad range of topics and offers a wealth of practical advice that should be considered by individuals who are planning for old age, supplying a comprehensive "one-stop" resource on the subject • Presents interdisciplinary perspectives that draws on the author's background in law and bioethics as well as personal experience with health care and the elderly • Combines thorough scholarly research and analysis with engaging anecdotes and personal observations • Provides a preparedness checklist at the end of each chapter that summarizes take-away messages and outlines practical next steps for the reader
|Author||: Charlie Berens|
New York Times Bestseller A hilarious full-color guide to Midwestern culture, from comedian and journalist Charlie Berens, creator of the viral comedic series "The Manitowoc Minute" Have you ever had a goodbye lasting more than four hours? Do you lack the emotional capacity to say “I love you” so you just tell your loved ones to “watch out for deer”? Have you apologized to a stranger because she stepped on your foot? If you answered yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance you’re a Midwesterner—or a Midwesterner at heart. Even if you answered no, you probably know someone who held the door for you from two football fields away. He likely waved at you and said, “Hey there,” like you organized the church bar crawl together. That was a Midwesterner in the wild. We understand that your interaction was strange—but it’s likely to get stranger. Don’t wait until they stick their head in your second-floor window to invite you over for a perch fry because they climbed on your roof to clean your gutters. There’s no need to pull the pepper spray; this species is helpful by nature. And the relationship could be very symbiotic—but only if you let it happen. And that’s where this book comes into play. Inspired by my comedy tours across the Midwest and life growing up in Wisconsin, this book is an exploration into my favorite region on Earth. Some may think the Midwest is just a bunch of bland flyover states filled with less diversity than a Monsanto monoculture. But scratch that surface with your buck knife and you’ll find rich cultures and traditions proving we’re more than just fifty shades of milk. So whether you’re a born-and-bred Midwesterner looking to sharpen your skill at apologies or a costal elite visiting the in-laws for the holidays, this book will help you navigate the Midwest, with everything from the best flannel looks to dating and mating rituals (yes, casserole is involved) to climbing the corporate corn silo to how to handle a four-way stop—and every backyard brat fry in between. And for those of you who don’t like reading, don’t worry—we’ve got pictures! Toss in illustrations, sidebars, quizzes, and jokes worthy of a supper club stall and The Midwest Survival Guide is just the walleye-deep look into this distinctive, beautiful, and bizarre American culture you’ve been looking for.
|Author||: May Sarton|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
May Sarton’s celebrated novel of family, philosophy, and survival, set between the two great wars that cleaved Europe in two In the wake of the First World War, life for the Duchesnes goes on almost as it always has. Situated near a vegetable garden, an orchard, and rolling green pastures, their Belgian estate is one of the few that escaped dereliction in the difficult preceding years. The garden is Mélanie Duchesne’s lifeblood—a boost to her seemingly unending well of vitality. The introspective Paul finds his refuge in writing, his most deeply held ambition. But as the years pass, Paul’s books find little audience, and husband and wife focus instead on their furniture business and their growing family. The Bridge of Years follows the Duchesnes in the years leading up to World War II—their daily exploits and travails, the small moments and mundane beauties that fill their lives. When their German friend Schmidt arrives for a visit, he brings news of an impending nightmare in the East that is threatening to overturn life as they know it. With the specter of fascism looming, the rising tensions bring out the best in Paul, whose writing enjoys renewed vigor and intensity, as well as in Mélanie, whose steadfast determination might be the very thing that saves her family as war knocks at their door once again.
|Author||: Tim Prosch|
|Editor||: McGraw Hill Professional|
Offers practical advice to older readers on how they can talk to their adult children about their end-of-life needs.
|Author||: Marni Jameson|
It s a rite of passage: the emotional journey of downsizing your or your aging parents' home. Here, syndicated home columnist Marni Jameson chronicles her own experience and blends it with advice from national experts to sensitively guide readers through the difficult process. From opening that first closet to selling the house, she provides guiding lights and a strategy to help readers accomplish the task quickly, respectfully, and rewardingly."