Smart Estate Planning: Four Documents Almost Every Person Needs

Smart Estate Planning: Four Documents Almost Every Person Needs

Elder law attorneys become very good at reading the faces of their new clients. They can tell which people are in planning mode and which ones are in crisis mode. Perhaps they’ve just been told that mom has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and no one has the power to...
Moving to a Smaller Residence: Four Tips for Downsizing

Moving to a Smaller Residence: Four Tips for Downsizing

Whether it’s moving from a large family home to a garden home, moving in with an adult child or moving to a senior living community, chances are many of us will eventually downsize. Tara Holman and Brion Carlson are a brother and sister team and co-owners of Trading...

Mature Money Matters: Paying for Retirement and Care (Part 2)

To help senior adults avoid potentially costly mistakes, Fair Haven recently hosted a panel seminar covering a variety of topics related to retirement services and payment options. In Part Two of this 2-part series, you’ll find information related to retirement...
Young Volunteer Is Fourth Generation Friend of Fair Haven

Young Volunteer Is Fourth Generation Friend of Fair Haven

Fifteen-year-old Lailah Burell is following in the footsteps of her mother, her grandmother, and her great-grandmother. A sophomore at John Carroll Catholic High School, Lailah needs to accomplish at least 100 volunteer hours by the time she graduates. She and her...