it’s usually too late!

By the time most people need a great

estate or a great disability plan,

it’s usually too late!

According to AARP, 70% of Americans over 65 will spend at least some of their lifetimes in a nursing home.

One in 10 seniors will live more than 5 years in a nursing home.  Even at a rate of $4,000 per month that works out to a staggering $48,000 per year and $240,000 over five years!

And with cutbacks in funding for government-run programs as well as a government that is suffering from a gruesome debt that grows every day, you have to make sure that you and yours are taken care of.  Nobody else can do it for you.

Even though everyone would admit that there is still a 100% certainty of dying, few people want to prepare for it.

The result is that if we don’t prepare for death and disability, then when one or both of those things occur (and at least one of them is guaranteed to), our spouse or kids have to clean up our mess!

If your goal is to protect your loved ones so that they are never out of money and never out of options, then this course is for you.

Let’s get started with the nuts and bolts of estate planning. I’m going to take you on an insider’s tour of what you really need to know as you begin preparing for some of life’s possible unpleasantries.

For the aging population, it’s diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and being unable to make healthcare or financial decisions for a person who is incapacitated can leave the surviving spouse or family out of money and out of options.

To enroll simply go to put in your name and e-mail address and you will begin receiving e-mails on a regular basis providing information you need to know, in a language you can understand.


Barron Law Firm,


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