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Veteran’s Benefits Workshop
Wartime Veterans Facts Veterans and their spouses or dependents can qualify for tax-free income.  Families struggling with or facing Alzheimer’s can benefit greatly for an enhanced Aid and Attendance Pension.  To qualify the veteran or spouse of a veteran may qualify for substantial benefits.   A veteran requiring a protective environment such as a nursing home […]
Convert Life Insurance into a Long Term Care Benefit Plan
Mom is aging and needs lots of care but has limited resources. The family is looking for a way to cut her unneeded expenses while meeting her needs. One expense that families consider cutting is a life insurance policy. After all, most of us purchase life insurance to pay for living expenses of a family, […]
Nursing Home & Assisted Living Expenses, How to Minimize the Financial Crisis
When illness strikes, many people underestimate the costs of care. Did you know Medicare does not pay for extended long term care? Without proper planning, one’s life savings can quickly be drained. Learn about ways to protect assets and maximize the ability to qualify for government benefits such as Medicaid and Wartime Veterans Pension. Presented […]
Long Term Care Expenses, Coping Without Going Broke.
When illness strikes, many people underestimate the costs of care. Did you know Medicare does not pay for extended long term care? Without proper planning, one’s life savings can quickly be drained. Learn about ways to protect assets and maximize the ability to qualify for government benefits such as Medicaid and Wartime Veterans Pension. Presented […]
Key Legal Issues or Families Dealing with Alzheimer’s & Dementia, Living Wills
Living Wills and DNRs, September 15, 6-7 pm Every person has the right to decide the type of care they would like to receive.  An Advanced Healthcare Directive, or Living Will informs medical providers of the patients intentions when he or she is unable to speak for themselves.  A Do Not Resuscitate order instructs medical […]
Aid and Assistance Application Package, Do It Yourself DIY
 Here are important forms that are used to apply for Wartime Veteran’s Benefits. Note:  This is to be used by Veterans and their families only.  These are forms and general instructions for those who believe that they are financially qualified to receive benefits.  Generally, the Veteran must have less than $80,000 in countable assets to […]
Can Someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Sign a Will?
Can Somebody with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Make a Will? Yes, but there may be a point where this becomes impossible. Families often face a difficult situation when they receive a Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis.  Often, the signs preceded the diagnosis.  Whether an individual is dealing with a suspicion or “official” diagnosis, there may still be […]
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