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How Can We Plan for Our Future Long-Term Care Needs?

Dec 14, 2016 | News

Choosing and funding Long-Term Care can be one of the most difficult decisions that you ever make, whether it is necessary for you, your spouse, or both spouses. Despite a wide range of options, the costs of Long-Term Care are inevitably very high. This is why taking the time to engage in planning for your future Long-Term Care needs is essential, and will undoubtedly make things better for you, as well as easier for your children, since a plan already will be in place.
Our goal for you and your family is to balance quality of care with the protection of your assets. We will help you identify all available alternatives for Long-Term Care, guide you in deciding which option is best for you and your family, and help get you the affordable, yet high-quality, care that you need. Whether you need in-home, assisted living, or nursing home care, we are here to help. Our experience with Long-Term Care planning enables us to determine the type of care plan that best meets your needs, as well as the means of financing future care. We know what benefits may be available to you that can offset the high cost of Long-Term Care.
We also know how circumstances can change very quickly for you and your family. As a result, we ensure flexibility in your Long-Term Care plan so that it is adaptable to a wide variety of situations. Rather than confine you to a single solution, we will help you create a Long-Term Care plan that  addresses as many future situations and needs as possible.
The attorneys of Elder Law Group PLLC have represented the interests of countless clients who wish to ensure that they have adequate assets to fund Long-Term Care should it become necessary due to disability or incapacity. When the need for Long-Term Care arises, we know just how devastating it can be for you, your spouse, and your loved ones. Take the steps now to protect you and your loved ones and plan for your future, whatever it may bring. Contact Elder Law Group today at 509.468.0551 and set up a consultation with one of our experienced Washington and Idaho Long-Term Care planning attorneys.
 

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