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Options for Paying for Long Term Care by Attorney Paula M. Mattson-Sarli … [Read more...] about Your Estate Matters – Audio
Don't forget to tune in today to WNAV Radio on 1430 AM or 99.9 FM @ 3:50pm to listen to Your Estate Matters with Attorney Paula M. Mattson-Sarli. The topic is "Options to Pay for Long Term Care". … [Read more...] about Your Estate Matters – Reminder
Over the 22 years of practicing law I have met with many people and have reviewed their financial affairs. Although I am not a financial advisor and I do not sell insurance, I believe insurance and financial planning play an important role in protecting you and your family. There are many types of insurance and I do not have enough time to provide a comprehensive overview of the ins and outs of … [Read more...] about Insurance Can Play an Important Role in Estate Planning
Insurance Can Play an Important Role in Estate Planning - Attorney Colleen Sinclair Prosser … [Read more...] about Your Estate Matters – Audio
Knowing what your Healthcare Estate Planning Documents are and how they each play a vital role in the success of your plan is important. In our firm we have a number of documents that we include in every estate planning package and there’s a very good reason for it. You need each one. I have heard before, “I have a Living Will, why do I need a Healthcare Power of Attorney?” A Living Will or … [Read more...] about I have a Living Will, why do I need a Healthcare Power of Attorney?
Last year, the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene and Department of Human Resources collaborated to develop strategies to address the delayed processing of long term care applications. The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 lengthened the 36 month look-back period for initial long term care applications to 60 months prior to the month of the initial application. This resulted in an increased … [Read more...] about Medicaid – Long Term Care
If you haven’t yet taken the time to create an estate plan, you may assume that you don’t really need a plan. Many people incorrectly assume that a plan is not needed; but, the truth is, it is! Take a look at 3 more reasons why most people need an estate plan. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to commit to your estate plan affairs, contact an estate planning attorney. A plan makes … [Read more...] about Six Reasons Most People Need an Estate Plan – Part 2 of 2
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that only works for you while you are alive. You name a person, usually a family member or friend, to step into your shoes to handle your financial or medical affairs when you are unable to do so yourself. Did you realize that you can not automatically access your spouse's IRA or TSP if they are incapacitated? You do not want to go to court to access these … [Read more...] about A Power of Attorney is an Essential Piece of Your Retirement Planning
It can be difficult to understand differences between the many long term care options that exist; so, it’s important to take the time to get to know more. Take a look at the following 4 long term care options, to learn more. If you have any questions, or if you’d like help choosing a long term care facility, contact an estate planning attorney. A nursing home is meant for individuals with … [Read more...] about 4 Long Term Care Options and How They Can Help