How “Star Trek” Got Old Age Right

Soon, we will live in a world that has more old people than children. Currently, with a population of approximately 7 billion, Earth has about 900 million people over the age of 60. According to The Huffington Post, experts expect the latter figure to leap to 2.4 billion by 2050! And many of those will… Read More »

For Seniors, Staying at Home Isn’t Always Ideal

The Wall Street Journal recently told 82-year-old Aldea Campbell’s harrowing story. She lives alone in a house twenty years older than she is. It’s one of the more ancient homes in Maine, where the winters are fierce. The only way she can afford to heat her house, though, is to burn wood in the cellar…. Read More »

Sibling Rivalry: A Real Concern for Estate Planners

If Frozen has taught us anything, it’s that even the most loving siblings don’t always get along. As a matter of fact, feuding is what brothers and sisters do best. They have a lifetime of experience in that department, after all. It may come as no surprise, then, that sibling rivalry accounts for some of… Read More »