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Can a Heart Attack Be Silent?
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What You Need to Know about Long-Term Care

As retirees live longer, many worry about outliving their savings. However, many older Americans haven’t planned for a looming expense: the cost of long-term care.

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How To Find a Caregiver Support Group
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How To Find a Caregiver Support Group

If caring for a loved one leaves you frustrated and angry at times, that’s normal — but you don’t have to go it alone.

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Educating Women about Long-Term Care

Women face unique challenges as they age. According to the Population Reference Bureau, a Washington-based think tank, women live about seven years more than men. Living longer means planning for a longer retirement.

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Common Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid
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Is Assisted Living or Memory Care a Better Choice?

Learn about two common senior living types—assisting living and memory care—and how to determine the best care for your elderly parent or spouse.

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Estate Planning for Couples with Big Age Differences
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Estate Planning for Couples with Big Age Differences

Increasingly, financial advisors are working with clients from nontraditional families, which can sometimes require different or additional strategies to protect their assets and achieve their financial goals.

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Do You Need a Revocable Trust or an Irrevocable Trust?
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Do You Need a Revocable Trust or an Irrevocable Trust?

Trust funds are not just for the ultra-rich. These sophisticated estate-planning tools can make just as much sense for middle-class Americans who own a home and have a net worth of at least $100,000.

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Do I Need Long-Term Care Insurance?

Who needs long-term care insurance … and who might be able to do without it?

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Is My Will Void If I Get Divorced?
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Learn More about Medicaid and VA Pensions

Planning for long-term care can be an intimidating process, especially when it comes to decoding the specifics of resources, like Medicaid and Veterans Pensions. Working with the help of an experienced elder law planning attorney allows people to prepare for the future and save time, money and stress.

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Elder Law Attorney, Medicare, Medicaid, Paying for a Nursing Home, Long-Term Care Planning, Medicaid Nursing Home Planning, Assisted Living, Nursing Home Care, Medicaid Planning Lawyer, Social Security, Elder Care, Estate Planning, Power of Attorney, Financial Planning, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease
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Medicaid Rules Regarding A Home

My house is in my name and my son’s name. What happens if I need to go into a nursing home?

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Should I Consider a Reverse Mortgage?
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Should I Consider a Reverse Mortgage?

Reverse mortgages continue to be one of the most misunderstood retirement and long-term planning tools. Many myths surround the reverse mortgage program.

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