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Date(s) - January 16, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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The potential need for long-term care is one of the most challenging variables when planning for your future. If your health declines, you may require the care provided in a skilled nursing facility or by a dedicated medical professional in your home. It is hard to predict whether or not you will ever need such care, and, if you do need it, the cost can be enormous. Learn how to pay for long-term care aside from Medicaid and Medicare. While Medicare provides health insurance for people age 65 or older, it does not pay for extended care in an assisted living facility, skilled nursing facility or other long-term care. These costs can be covered by Medicaid, however, in order to qualify, a person’s income and assets must fall below a certain level.

Join Littman Krooks attorney, Laura Brancato, Esq., to discuss the steps involved with planning for long-term care. There is no charge to attend this online seminar but registration is required.