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  • What You Need To Know About Medicare Eligibility at 65
    What You Need To Know About Medicare Eligibility at 65

    Medicare is a government-funded federal health insurance plan intended for senior citizens and the disabled, but not everyone qualifies for coverage automatically. If you’re approaching the age of 65, ...

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  • Red Flags With Online Estate Planning Documents
    Red Flags With Online Estate Planning Documents

    When our lawyers at Kitzke & Canfield, LLC meet with new clients, part of our review process is to inquire if they already have an estate plan in place. Our goal is to ensure our clients’ financial ...

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  • Digital & Online Estate Planning: Why You Still Need to Consult with a Lawyer
    Digital & Online Estate Planning: Why You Still Need to Consult with a Lawyer

    The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about the different ways to conduct your estate planning matters online and digitally without having to meet with a lawyer. While this might seem ...

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  • What Is The Difference Between Medicare & Medicaid?
    What Is The Difference Between Medicare & Medicaid?

    When clients first come to Kitzke & Canfield LLC to discuss their long-term planning options, they often ask us to explain the major differences between Medicare and Medicaid . Here is what you need ...

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  • Drafting Your Estate Plan During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Drafting Your Estate Plan During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Our lawyers at Kitzke & Canfield LLC know that adjusting to life during a pandemic has many people asking themselves whether they are really prepared for the unexpected. With deaths from coronavirus ...

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  • Is It the Right Time to Do Medicaid Planning?
    Is It the Right Time to Do Medicaid Planning?

    Our dedicated team of estate planning attorneys at Kitzke & Canfield LLC often receive calls from clients and their loved ones because they are concerned about Medicaid planning. The most common ...

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