Estate Planning

Avoid Going Broke to Pay for Staggering Nursing Home Expenses

Seventy percent of people turning age 65 can expect to use some form of long term care (“LTC”) during their lives. One-in-twelve individuals age 65 and older will experience a dementia-related condition; a full 50% of those older than 85 will. In the next 20 years, the number of seniors reaching 100 years will more than double.


Getting The Care You Need For Life's Transitions

The elderly (and those with special needs) are vulnerable and need help.  Despite the increasing need for care, resources are scarce. At Kendrick & Co., we assist with solutions to the challenges you face in finding long-term care for a loved one.

The Holidays Are A Good Time to Plan, Protect and Provide

During the holiday season, it is appropriate to reflect upon our many blessings: family, material resources, and abundant opportunities available only in America. In the midst of celebrating family and the holidays, take the opportunity to create or review your estate plan and talk it over with your family. You have so much to protect.

5 Things to Have Before Your Kids Go Off to College

May is graduation month. This is a time when many of you may be celebrating your child's academic achievements, and even getting ready to send them off to college. During this hectic and emotionally tumultuous time, you may be all-consumed with helping prepare your soon-to-be college student for the next phase, causing you to overlook important estate planning matters.

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