Life Estate Can Be a Powerful Planning Tool When Done Correctly

Life Estate Can Be a Powerful Planning Tool When Done Correctly
A majority of individuals’ most important asset is their home, and protecting it is always a priority. In your retirement, though, the threat of huge, unexpected medical bills is a possibility, and expenses like long-term care –which Medicare and other regular health insurance plans...

Different Kinds of In-Home Help for Your Loved One

  • 6 July 2018
  • Author: IEP Team
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Different Kinds of In-Home Help for Your Loved One
Continuing to live independently is one of the many options aging individuals may consider after retirement. In fact, 90 percent of seniors reported that they would prefer staying in their own home as long as they can. If this is something you or a loved one is interested in, it is important...

5 Questions to Ask Your Loved Ones About Aging in Place

  • 17 April 2018
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5 Questions to Ask Your Loved Ones About Aging in Place
"87 percent of adults age 65+ want to stay in their current home and community as they age. Among people age 50 to 64, 71 percent of people want to age in place." - AARP Survey  Many people want to stay in their homes as they age. And if you are working with your...

Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: Who Pays the Nursing Home Bill?

  • 31 January 2018
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Ask the Estate Planning Attorney: Who Pays the Nursing Home Bill?
This is a question we field all the time: who pays for long-term care? It's tricky because each family and each situation is different. The key to paying for long-term care is to knowing your options and planning ahead. While you can't plan for every eventuality, you can make decisions...

Things to Keep an Eye Out for this Holiday Season

  • 17 November 2016
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Things to Keep an Eye Out for this Holiday Season
With the holidays approaching, this time of year gives many of us a good opportunity to check in with the seniors in our lives. This could be parents or grandparents, but also elderly aunts, uncles, other relatives, and the seniors we come in contact with through church or other civic...
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