I was working through my e-mail this morning, meeting with new clients and returning calls. I observed a trend I’ve never seen before … the bulk of my inbox and new clients this week are teachers [...]
Insight + Tips for Selecting a Guardian If you are anything like me, when expecting you would look at the pregnancy tracker “to do lists” and updates from different websites or magazines. Over and over, we [...]
We recently came across this article in Real Simple Magazine written by Didi Cluck -- we think it is great, and relevant to many of us. You can read the original as posted on the magazine's [...]
Facebook provided a thought provoking moment for me today -- surprising, I know! A friend posted a link to an NPR story about how one daughter took her grief and frustration following the loss of her Father and [...]
There is little in life more personal and important than healthcare decision making. Regardless of whether you are married or single, a same-sex couple or straight couple -- it is important to consider and plan for [...]
This morning KIRO FM featured a story regarding the increasing frequency of financial exploitation of elderly people. Sadly, financial exploitation is just one facet of the ever growing concern about elder abuse in general. The news report highlights [...]
This past weekend Cayce & Grove Law Offices was a Hope Sponsor for the the Valley Girls + Guys auction, benefitting the team's 3Day Walk fund raising goal. As part of the sponsorship we drew up [...]
One “bump” in the medical crisis road includes what happens if the patient is unable to manage their own finances or electronic accounts during the course of treatment. Because so many of us rely upon email for communication and even file taxes, monitor various investments, and conduct our banking online this is a very relevant and valid concern that needs to be thought about ahead of time.