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Having a plan as to what happens if you get sick, is just as important as having a plan for what happens when you pass away.
Stephanie Anderson, Esq.
We understand that planning is more than what happens to your assets when you die. It’s also about making sure we have a solid plan for what happens to you, you assets and your family if you get sick. Having a plan for long-term care is a crucial component of planning, that is often overlooked by most but can have a huge impact on your overall estate plan.
PLANNING FOR LONG-TERM CARE
We can guide you through the complexities of planning for long-term and educate you on your options for paying for the care you might need. Long-term care insurance is great, but you should also have a legal plan in place. Why? Because in most instances, long-term care insurance will only pay for a specific period time and a finite amount of money for care per day. How will you pay for care if you live longer than your policy or if the cost of care is more expensive than expected? We can help you put together a legal plan, just in case you out live your policy to protect assets for you and your family’s benefit.
MEDICAID CRISIS (QUALIFICATION & APPLICATION)
If you or a family need long-term care now, we can help with Medicald qualification and the application process to get the benefits you need. Medicaid is a complex set of rules and exceptions! We can guide you through this process and help you put together a plan for your assets so that you can qualify for benefits while protecting your legacy. Call us now and we can educate more on uncompensated transfers, penalty periods, spend down methods and legal planning that can help you or a loved one get the benefits you need!
READY TO GET STARTED?
If you are ready to learn more, you're invited to attend one of our free workshops. You will learn everything you need to know to get started and protect your family. If your family is in crisis, please contact us at (404) 267-1377 and we will be happy to assist you.
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