At least 70 percent of people over the age of 65 will require long-term care services at some point in their lives. Medicare and private health insurance programs do not pay for the majority of long-term care services that most people need – help with personal care such as dressing, use of the bathroom independently, walking, bathing and meal preparation. Long-term care planning is essential for individuals to be able to receive the care they might need. A good team of family, care providers, elder law attorneys, geriatric care managers and financial planners is critical.
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Digital Assets Part 3: Digital Assets in Estate Plans
Part 1 and Part 2 of this series have explored digital assets and gave some practical tips on how to safeguard access to those assets for fiduciaries and family. In this final entry, we will discuss how estate planning plays into the digital assets conversation. Developing Your Estate Plan You should consult an attorney when […]read more >
Digital Assets Part 2: Safeguarding Access to Digital Assets
Part 1 of this series on digital assets explored some of the more popular types of digital assets and accounts that you should consider when planning for incapacity and death. In this entry, we will look at how these accounts are governed under current law and give some practical tips that can help you ensure […]read more >
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