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Estate Planning and Long-Term Care: How Can Seniors Afford Skilled Nursing in Their Senior Years

Posted on: May 9, 2024
High healthcare costs often do not align with the fixed income of older individuals, raising concerns about affordability and accessibility. We explore the need for long-term care, why Medicare and Medicaid are not long-term options, and estate planning to plan for skilled nursing care proactively.
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Asset Protection Strategies for Medicaid Eligibility

Posted on: April 23, 2024
Learn how to protect assets and become eligible for Medicaid with practical strategies, while avoiding questionable methods.
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Understanding Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts

Posted on: April 5, 2024
Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts (MAPTs) are a strategic way to qualify for Medicaid benefits and to preserve your assets. This blog explores how MAPTs work and their benefits.
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How to Protect Your Spouse or Loved One when Diagnosis is Dementia

Posted on: March 18, 2024
I have been diagnosed with brain damage and dementia. Word to the younger folks: I woke up last year and suddenly could not spell or write legibly. No warning. No symptoms.
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Planning for Cognitive Decline is Part of Estate Planning

Posted on: March 13, 2024
Once your cognitive abilities begin to decline (which can start in your early 60s), your accounts could be at risk. We can help you protect them.
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What are the Differences between Medicaid Planning and Estate Planning?

Posted on: February 28, 2024
Understanding the differences between Medicaid planning and estate planning is crucial for anyone looking to secure their financial future and ensure that their healthcare needs are met in their later years. While each serves distinct purposes, they are often interconnected, requiring careful coordination to achieve your overall planning objectives. Learn more about how you can protect your assets, ensure access to necessary care and leave a legacy for your loved ones.
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The Pitfalls of Adding a Child to Your Home's Deed

Posted on: February 22, 2024
While adding a child to your home's deed might seem straightforward to manage your estate, it's fraught with potential problems and complications. This article reviews the implications and alternatives to adding a child to your home’s deed, with the goal of ensuring your estate plan is effective, efficient, and aligned with your long-term intentions.
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Protect your Assets from Nursing Home Costs

Posted on: December 20, 2023
Elder law attorneys see firsthand the financial strain that nursing home expenses can place on families. With the rising costs of long-term care and the complexities of becoming eligible for Medicaid benefits, it’s crucial to understand how to protect your nest egg. This article sheds light on the financial strain many Americans face regarding elder care costs. Using planning methods to preserve your hard-earned assets while ensuring quality care for yourself or your loved ones by working with an experienced elder law attorney is crucial. Start the discussion early with your spouse or family about ways to protect your assets…
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How Do I Address My Aging Parents’ Finances?

Posted on: September 25, 2023
These six steps can help future caregivers know where aging parents stand financially, as well as help them to avoid surprises that could imperil their own retirement.
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