Unfortunately, seniors are often easy targets for scammers who know how to take advantage of their tendency to have trust in people. This problem came up in Minnesota where a company called Heritage Partners, LLC has allegedly defrauded hundreds of elderly individuals by providing sham estate planning services. [Read more…]
If you are now responsible for your own or a loved one’s long term care, you might be feeling overwhelmed. What is home care compared to home health? Assisted Living Facility but with a “memory care unit?” Our firm can help. We emphasize long-term care planning, estate planning, veterans benefits planning, probate and more. We strive to help seniors plan for long term care and protect their assets against the high cost of long-term care and remain independent for as long as possible.
If you have spent any time looking into long-term care costs, you are probably shocked. [Read more…]
Medicare won’t help.
Medicare is a national health insurance program for qualifying Americans over age 65. It has four parts, Parts A-D, and these parts do not cover long term care. The program that helps Americans pay for long term care is called Medicaid. [Read more…]
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About one-third of those over 65 need help with daily tasks like eating, bathing, and paying bills. [Read more…]
What is “Estate Planning?” Ever wonder? Attorneys and financial advisors use the term frequently. When you hear the words, you likely think first of an attorney drawing up legal documents, documents such as a Last Will and Testament, Powers of Attorney or a Trust. When speaking with your financial advisor, he or she might discuss with you issues such as probate and estate tax. It is completely understandable if you are still not entirely clear about the meaning of the term “estate planning.” It is understandable because estate planning is not paperwork and it is not a tax return. Estate planning is the sometimes complicated process of passing your assets to your loved ones after you die. [Read more…]