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Elder Law 101

The Baby Boomer generation is quickly reaching the age of 65. Therefore the number of adults with functional disabilities that will require some sort of daily care is on the rise. In fact, more than half of people who turn 65 today will end up requiring long-term care!

With the high cost of long-term care, it is important to have a plan to avoid running out of funds all together. You don’t want to be forced to sell your family home to pay for care. If you fail to plan, your long-term care could have a significant, negative impact on your family’s finances.

This is a must-read, comprehensive guide, to Elder Law, an area of law that covers a broad spectrum of legal areas devoted to seniors, their families, caregivers, individuals with special needs and veterans...

START HERE

Elder Law 101

The Baby Boomer generation is quickly reaching the age of 65. Therefore the number of adults with functional disabilities that will require some sort of daily care is on the rise. In fact, more than half of people who turn 65 today will end up requiring long-term care!

With the high cost of long-term care, it is important to have a plan to avoid running out of funds all together. You don’t want to be forced to sell your family home to pay for care. If you fail to plan, your long-term care could have a significant, negative impact on your family’s finances.

This is a must-read, comprehensive guide, to Elder Law, an area of law that covers a broad spectrum of legal areas devoted to seniors, their families, caregivers, individuals with special needs and veterans...

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