November 2019

Lessons from Teepa Snow: Part 8

How does dementia affect a person's ability to control their emotions and their impulses, and their ability to reason? In this video, the eighth installment in the Lessons from Teepa Snow series, Outreach Coordinator Dana Hentschel explains how dementia affects the brain's executive control center.

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Meet Mr. Trust!

Mr. Trust is your new favorite superhero, especially if you want to protect family assets.

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VA Tries New Strategies for Dealing with Suicides among Veterans

Suicide is a growing problem for veterans of all ages. If you're caring for an elderly veteran who may be at risk of suicide, you'll want to listen in on the discussion on a recent edition of the Federal Drive podcast. 

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Estate Planning Misconception #5: Choosing a Health Care Power of Attorney

The person who serves as my Attorney-in-Fact should automatically be the person who makes my healthcare decisions, right? In this installment of the Estate Planning Misconceptions video series, Elder Care Coordinator Pati Bedwell explains why you may not want the same person for both jobs.

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Lessons from Teepa Snow: Part 7

How does dementia affect a person's memory? In this video, the seventh installment in the Lessons from Teepa Snow series, Outreach Coordinator Dana Hentschel talks about memory-related changes common to people with dementia.

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Takacs Recognized by 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers Magazine

For the thirteenth year in a row, Hendersonville attorney Timothy L. Takacs has been recognized as one of the leading attorneys in the region by Mid-South Super Lawyers Magazine. Only the top five percent of attorneys in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee receive this honor. 

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Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law Named to 2020 Best Law Firms List

Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law has received a Second Tier ranking in Nashville in Elder Law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® for the Ninth Edition of Best Law Firms. It's the third year in a row we've been included and we consider it a great honor.

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Estate Planning Misconception #4: Anyone can be an Attorney-in-Fact

If I'm drafting a Power of Attorney, I can choose anyone to be my Attorney-In-Fact, right? Technically, yes, but there's more to it than that. Elder Care Coordinator Debra King explains why in the latest video in the Estate Planning Misconceptions video series. 

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Lessons from Teepa Snow: Part 6

How does dementia affect a person's ability to see? In this video, the sixth installment in the Lessons from Teepa Snow series, Outreach Coordinator Dana Hentschel talks about vision-related changes common to people with dementia.

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