Planning for oneself or a family member who has a life-threatening illness can be extremely stressful and very complicated. The emotional demands alone can make even the strongest among us feel paralyzed, even when we know that decisive action is needed. To make matters worse, only a tiny number of us know what actually needs to be done or who to call for reliable information about getting it done.
In my experience as an Elder Law attorney, I have found that most people facing a terminal illness in themselves or in a family member experience great relief once they take the first step in planning for asset protection.
With this idea in mind, I'm pleased to be able to provide quality information to individuals and families in crisis with the ultimate goal of helping someone that's ill receive the best care possible while legally protecting their assets.
This FREE booklet will give you….
► Answers to frequently asked questions concerning hospice care, including:
What is hospice?
Who is eligible?
Is the decision to receive hospice care permanent?
Does hospice pay for the cost of a nursing home?
How can I qualify for financial assistance to cover the high costs of my loved one's care?
► Learn about the hospice benefit that could help save your family thousands of dollars and the new benefit that can help your family regain peace of mind
► The basics of Medicaid, and how you may be eligible…without selling your home or leaving your family bankrupt
► How gifting money to your children can disqualify your from receiving financial assistance… unless it's done just right
► Find out how you may be able to protect your home from an estate recovery claim by the state and ….
► What probate is and how to avoid it.
Because everyone's situation is unique, I'd like to review yours and provide a FREE consultation to provide you with answers to questions about what you should do for asset protection and explanations of the steps you should be taking for doing it.
When a life-threatening illness strikes, it's the responsibility of the spouse or family leader to become fully informed--to get smart--about these things.
I have personally reviewed dozens of books, plus the literature commonly given to families who have someone on Hospice, and I've given and attended the public workshops and lectures. I've found that these leave out most of the critical financial and legal information that you need to know...the information included in your free guide.
I strongly encourage you to fill out the form below and request your copy of "The Consumer's Guide to Hospice Care." It explains the strategies that hundreds of families have successfully used to protect themselves and their loved ones.
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Legal Disclaimer. This information has been provided for informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice. The receipt of this information does not establish an attorney client privilege. Proper legal advice can only be given upon consideration of all the relevant facts and the law. Therefore, you should not act upon any information contained herein without seeking appropriate legal counsel.
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