Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Our Spring Issue of Today's Transitions is Out!


In this issue of Today's Transitions, we're helping you make some life changes that will bring harmony to your mind, body, and spirit. Find out how to retool your home, improve your health, and become a better caregiver for those who need you most. Also, meet four athletes who might inspire you to change your perspective on health and wellness.

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Lunch Plus One

By Lucy M. Pritchett

Lunch Plus One is a simple outing to enjoy with a friend or visiting relatives or guests. Perhaps now is the time to take a quick road trip and get acquainted with a few places in Kentucky’s capital city.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Before You Cash In Your Chips, Write a Will (Part 5)

By Marie Bradby


Before You Cash In Your Chips, Write a Will (Part 4)

By Marie Bradby




“In my seminars, one of the first stories I tell is about a man with a will who left everything to his two kids equally. The wife died first. He had put his children as beneficiaries on all his savings. But he lost track of who got what. He had his daughter designated on some and son on others and didn’t keep them equal. His family fell apart,” says Lee Cave, an estate planning attorney.

Before You Cash In Your Chips, Write a Will (Part 3)

By Marie Bradby

Preparing a will seems to be the hardest task for people to check off the list of important things to do. Many people don’t think they have enough assets, or they can’t face their mortality, or they think it’s too complicated.

Before You Cash In Your Chips, Write a Will (Part 2)

By Marie Bradby





“If someone owns joint property, the deed will say the surviving spouse will automatically become the owner of the house,” says Eileen Walsh, an elder law attorney and owner/partner of Elder Law of Louisville. “So it’s important to know how assets (bank accounts, cars, boats, etc.) are owned and titled.” But if not held jointly, those assets don’t automatically go to the surviving spouse.

Before You Cash in Your Chips, Write a Will (Part 1)

By Marie Bradby


Preparing a will seems to be the hardest task for people to check off the list of important things to do. Many people don’t think they have enough assets, or they can’t face their mortality, or they think it’s too complicated.
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