Plan for aging before it's too late to plan
Will innocent estate planning mistakes cost you your life’s savings as you and your spouse age?
In a series of workshops held in the last few weeks, Elder Law Attorney, W.H. Kimbrough, Jr., J.D. LL.M (in taxation) helped dozens of individuals and families answer questions like these:
How can I avoid having my assets wiped out by the cost of care as I get older?
How can I transfer property to loved ones without unforeseen tax liabilities for me or them?
Are there new ways to pay for for long-term care?
What senior care options will help me preserve independence for the future?
What can public benefits like Medicare, Medicaid and VA benefits do--and not do?
How can I receive Medicaid benefits without having to “spend down” everything?
What's the difference between Estate Planning and Life Care Planning?
How can qualifying veterans and their surviving spouses receive up to $25, 440 per year to help with healthcare?
How can I pay for my spouse’s long-term care without bankrupting myself?
How can I avoid having my life savings wiped out by the cost of care as I get older?
What's the difference between Retirement Planning and Eldercare Planning?
If you weren't able to attend one of the workshops but would like to see how Kim Kimbrough answered these questions, we've captured one of the presentations on video. At just under an hour, it's a bit on the long side but if you're asking questions like the ones listed above, we think you'll find the time well spent. After you've watched the video, just contact us if you have more questions. We're happy to help. 706.850.6910 or email@example.com