Studies have shown that relationships with family and friends directly impact the length and quality of our life.

The loving relationships we nurture during life are a gift for your family that is our true legacy. Having a life plan and an up-to-date estate plan make life’s transitions easier and is a statement to your family that you care.

Conversely, toxic ways of being and failure to plan send a much different message to those we leave behind. Be remembered for the good in you, not the bad.

Take the unfortunate case of Kathleen Dehmlow.

Living Right…and Wrong | Newspaper clip od Kathleen Dehmlow

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Call us from the hospital before you are discharged to “rehab.” While hospital discharge planners may suggest a facility, it is ultimately your right to choose the nursing home (nursing homes provide both rehabilitation and longterm care services) where you wish to continue your recovery. Hospital discharge planners often choose facilities that only accept Medicare. Since at least 90% of rehab facilities accept both Medicare and Medicaid, it would be a shame to accept a discharge to a facility that you will have to leave when your Medicare days (potentially up to 100 days) run out. Also, please call us if we haven’t seen you since 2011.

Please Say Nice Things About Us! If you are unhappy with our service please contact our office and speak with our office manager, Kim Rapp, and we will do our best to remedy the issue. If you are happy with our service, please visit our Facebook page called “Accettura & Hurwitz: Estate and Elder Law” and/or Google Review and give us a good review so others will know of our good work.

This Newsletter is considered general information and is not intended to constitute individual legal advice. Please contact us if you think the information herein impacts you directly. We look forward to speaking with you soon. Please visit our website

Very truly yours, ACCETTURA & HURWITZ
P. Mark Accettura |  Samuel A. Hurwitz |  Rebecca A. Coyle |  Wendy Turner


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