What Has Happened to Long Term Care Insurance?

Over recent years, many people have purchased long term care (LTC) insurance to protect themselves against the rising costs of care in their final years. But lately, policy holders have […]

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Why We Fail to Plan for Long-Term Care

Introduction Most Americans do not know, or refuse to accept, the facts surrounding their potential need for long-term care and the costs associated with it. This was reconfirmed recently in […]

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Medical Professionals, Elder Law Attorneys and Their Older Patient/Clients All Benefit When the Professionals Work Together

There are often situations in which an older person needs the services of an attorney and medical professionals. A recent article (link) in Bifocal, a publication of the American Bar […]

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The Value of Using Irrevocable Trusts in Medicaid Planning

People often wonder about the value of using irrevocable trusts in Medicaid planning. Certainly gifting of assets can be done outright, not involving an irrevocable trust. Outright gifts have the […]

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Behavior Changes Are Often First Signs of Dementia

New Checklist Helps Catch Symptoms Earlier Researchers presenting at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2016 (AAIC 2016) in July introduced and described a new condition known as mild behavioral impairment […]

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The benefits of a highly detailed, comprehensive power of attorney are numerous. Unfortunately, many powers of attorney are more general in nature and can actually cause more problems than they […]

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The below is a general overview of a foreclosure process in the State of Kansas. This is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney and you should contact […]

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Long-term care is becoming an important issue for our nation to address. We have 78 million aging baby boomers. The costs of long-term care to these baby boomers can be […]

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