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The role of advance directives in long-term care planning

Most people enjoy the autonomy of making decisions for themselves. They may take pleasure in choosing their own homes, associating with the people they enjoy, and working in careers where they feel successful and valued. The right to live one's life as they see fit is enjoyed by Colorado residents and many others throughout the nation.

Eulogy for My Mother

Madelyn Headshot.jpgMy mother died on Sunday, the 9th of September. She was almost 88 years old. She and my father had been married for nearly 67 years at the time of her death. She was the last of her immediate family to die, and she was proceeded in death by her parents and her two sisters. Her passing was not unexpected, but it was still like being punched in the stomach.

A living will may be part of a Colorado resident's aging plan

Wills are testamentary documents that do not become relevant until the individuals who created them pass away. In a will a person may describe how they want their heirs to benefit from the decedent's end-of-life wealth and how their property should be disposed of. However, there is another type of will that Colorado residents can benefit from having in place, and this form of will is relevant during the creators' lives.

The Best Thing to Come Out of Colorado

Headless Chicken.jpgNo, it's not what you think...the best thing to come out of Colorado has nothing to do with Coors beer, marijuana, or the Rocky Mountains. For those of you in the know, the best thing to come out of Colorado is clearly "Mike the Headless Chicken," also known as "Miracle Mike," a chicken forever immortalized in the song, "Headless Mike."

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