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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- Guardianship & Incapacity
- Livings Wills & Healthcare Surrogates
- Long-Term Care Planning & Asset Protection
- Medicaid Planning & Veterans Benefits
- Power of Attorney & Living Wills
- Probate & Trust Administration
- Social Security
- Supplemental Needs Trusts
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Caregiver: The Role Few Expect, But Many Will Inhabit
Anyone with children expects to serve as a caregiver for their child until they’re ready to leave the nest. What most people do not expect, however, is that they will someday need to serve as a caregiver for another adult. A recent New York Times article reported that approximately 1 in 5 adults in the United States […]read more >
Who Needs an Estate Plan?
When you hear the term “estate planning,” your mind might conjure images of the elderly preparing to pass a life’s worth of assets and heirlooms to the next generation, or a wealthy couple setting up trust funds for their children and trying every trick in the book to minimize their tax bill. You might even […]read more >
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