Archive for the Asset Protection Category

What is Long-Term Care, What Does It Cost, How are These Services Delivered, And Can Families Do More To Protect Assets and Elderly Loved Ones?

Definition: What is Long-Term Care? Long-term care is the care that an elderly or disabled person may need if they can no longer individually perform essential daily activities for an extended period of time. The need for long term care can arise from the effects of aging, […]

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FAQs – Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

A Series on Trusts – Part III Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts Over the course of the last few weeks, as a means to educate our clients and readers, we have been sharing articles about trust planning, what trusts are, and the differences between the various kinds of […]

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Are Trusts Only for the Ultra-Wealthy?

A Series on Trusts – Part II Inter Vivos Trusts and Trusts Created at Death In our continued efforts to educate our clients and readers about estate planning, wealth preservation, and protecting assets from long term care spending, we bring you the next installment in our Series […]

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