PBM Blog

What to do with Uncle Joe’s Stocks?

Nearly every client under the age of 60 starts the conversation with “I know we’re probably too young for this” and nearly every client over the age of 60 tells me, “We know we should have done this years ago and it’s probably too late to do anything now.”

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Financing Long-Term Care

There are a number of ways to pay for your long-term care. Here is a summary ... Private Pay: In Western New York, the average cost of care for a skilled care nursing home is between $12,000 - $16,000 per month. Although self-pay may not be the preferred manner for...

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Stress on Caregiver Relationships

One of the essential elements of caring for an ailing loved one is ensuring that the basic elements of respect and dignity remain as intact as possible for our elderly loved ones and their family members. This is often easier said than done, especially when the caregiver IS the family member. Roles, whether husband and wife or parent and child, become blurred and morph into something else.

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Basic Estate Planning Documents — What You Need to Know

It is important to know that legal documents are personal and tailored for individual needs. However, there are three basic estate planning documents that all adults should have in place to assure that ... Your wishes are followed You choose who will be in charge of...

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Press Release – 2/25/19

Pfalzgraf, Beinhauer & Menzies LLP Announces that Linda Stravalaci Grear, Esq. and Jean E. Harris, Esq. have become Partners in the Firm and Amanda J. Scott, Esq. has become a Senior Associate. February 25, 2019 (Buffalo, NY) – Pfalzgraf, Beinhauer & Menzies...

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