Do You or Your Parents Worry About Paying for Long-Term Care?
As our population ages, more and more of us have to deal with personal care issues, whether it be for our parents or ourselves. One of the most immediate issues is long term nursing home care and how to pay for it.
Join us for this informative webinar where you’ll learn how proper planning allows you to:
Access to your own assets and possibly qualify for programs you are entitled to, such as Medi-Cal and Veterans benefits
Plan for your own disability and long term care requirements
Address your current and future concerns for your loved ones
Planning now is key, and the sooner the better so that your loved ones can avoid mistakes when they are faced with long term care planning or immediate crisis decisions.
Assets change, the family evolves, and health issues arise. It’s important to have a plan that reflects life’s changes. Whether you have an Estate Plan or are looking to get started, we encourage you to join us for this informational webinar.
WE WILL BE COVERING:
The three stages of estate planning
How Estate Plans are tailored depending on your own unique situation
The importance of asset alignment when you have an Estate Plan
Funding Your Trust: A Step-By-Step Guide To Avoiding Probate
Presented by CEO James L. Cunningham
Virtually all homeowners need a Living Trust to avoid the costly process of probate when they pass. Yet the most common estate planning mistake is the failure to title assets in the name of the Trust once the plan is created.
If you own a home, have a checking, savings or brokerage account, own a life insurance policy, or even have a 401k, you need to ensure these assets are titled properly.
Join us for this informational webinar where we will be covering:
Many people discover too late in their lives that they need critical legal documents to deal with common health and end-of-life issues.
If you don’t have an Estate Plan in place when you die or if you become incapacitated, the legal system will decide who gets your assets and who will care for your children if they are minors. The best estate planning is done before you need it. Whether you’re starting at age 45 or age 75, take actions today to get your affairs in order.