Long-Term Care Planning Should Be Part Of An Estate Plan

On Behalf of | Jul 12, 2016 | Firm News

Have you created an estate plan? If so, there is a good chance you have answered a variety of questions with regard to long-term care planning.

People are living longer today than ever before, meaning that the cost of medical care in your later years can quickly add up. This is why you need to have a sound long term care strategy in place.

But here is something to remember: Long-term care is not just for elderly individuals. You never know when you may require this type of care at a younger age, such as if you are injured in a serious accident or become ill.

There are many aspects of long-term care planning, all of which deserve your attention. For example, Medicaid planning is extremely important. By taking the right approach, you can take steps that allow you to protect your assets.

Thanks to the rising cost of health care and nursing home care, even the largest estates can take a huge hit if a person requires specialized care. Fortunately, there are ways to protect against this, such as by purchasing long-term care insurance.

If you have yet to implement a long-term care plan in association with your estate plan, it’s time to take a closer look at this. You don’t want to wait any longer, as you never know what tomorrow will bring.

Contact our law firm to discuss your situation, share your goals, and learn more about the finer details of long-term care planning. We can be reached online and via phone.