The average nursing home stay in this area costs between $9,000 to $12,000 per month.
Are you prepared?
How will you protect your home? How will you protect your partner from poverty? How will you ensure that you leave a legacy for your loved ones? Are you sure that your wishes will be carried out when you cannot make your own decisions?
Join us for a special webinar to explore important ways to protect your assets and inheritance. Learn about researching coverage for long term care. Make sure that you have the important documents that every blended family should have in place.
This webinar-workshop will provide you with an opportunity to have your important question answered by an elder law expert.
Learn how you, your partner and your parents can avoid crisis and live stress free with peace of mind. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Register for our special webinar:
Avoid Elder Care Catastrophes
Special focus on estate planning issues impacting the LGBT community
Nov 17, 2016 | 2:00 PM (EST)
With the passage of the Marriage Equality Act, many couples in the LGBT community are seeking additional resources to provide adequate protection for their new spouse and to ensure that their own wishes are followed as they age together. Our webinar, “Avoid Elder Care Catastrophes” will answer many of your questions.
Asset Protection for Blended Families
For example, a financial advisor whose client asks about asset protection will likely want to discuss investment strategy, diversification, “safe” investments, and rates of return, with the aim of protecting a client’s wealth from economic downturns. A life insurance expert may think of various life insurance policies that can protect a family from the impact of an untimely death or annuities that can be used to fund business or ensure estate planning objectives. An estate planning attorney may consider domestic asset protection trusts to protect a client against potential future creditors or ways to reduce the impact of state and federal death taxes.