According to the U.S. Surgeon General, the United States has a loneliness epidemic, with about fifty percent of Americans adults “experiencing measurable levels of loneliness.” That’s a sobering statistic. Even…

In her recent memoir, author and therapist Amy Bloom discusses her heart-wrenching decision to travel with her husband to Switzerland to end his life at Dignitas, a clinic that prescribes…

The month of May is a special one at Schromen Law, LLC. First of all, it’s Elder Law Month. We are proud of the legal services we are able provide…

Henry (named change to protect client confidentiality) contacted me about a year after his wife was first diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.  In the year leading up to our first meeting…

Many have become aware about upcoming changes that will limit the availability of Medicare Cost Plans in 66 Minnesota counties.   Starting in 2019, health insurance companies will no longer be…

It is not uncommon that family members, predominantly female family members, have provided a majority of care to their aging loved ones.  Today, middle-aged adults, known as the “Sandwich Generation,”…

Sarah cries when she relays the story while preparing lunch for her frail, elderly mother who suffers from dementia.  A year ago, Sarah and her sister hired a young woman…

The idea of discussing your parent’s finances and estate planning can seem overwhelming and incredibly intimidating.  After all, this is oftentimes the type of questions parents ask their children –…

The manner in which you own shared property in Minnesota may impact your estate planning goals.  It is important to know how your shared property is owned, and what that…

If you are wondering when you should start your estate planning…the answer is, “NOW!”  When individuals ask me when a good time to star their estate plan is, I always…

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