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November 2014 Archives

How can a will be revoked in Washington?

A lot can happen in a person's life after they create a will. Thus, a person will sometimes come to the conclusion that, due to changes in their life or changes in their views and opinions, their will no longer accurately reflects what they want to have happen with their assets when they die. When a person feels that their will is no longer consistent with their wishes, one question they may have is: how can I take the will out of force?

Are nursing homes over-reporting staffing levels?

It is very important for nursing homes to maintain adequate staffing levels. Having too low of staffing levels has the potential to trigger some serious problems at nursing homes that could have major consequences for residents. For one, too low of staffing levels can make it more difficult for all of a home's residents to receive the care they need, which could lead to residents being neglected. Also, low staffing levels could mean increased levels of stress for the staff members who are present. Being overly-stressed could make a nursing home staff member more likely to make mistakes or to engage in regrettable actions towards residents.

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