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September 2, 2022

What Should I Discuss With My Financial Representative As I Get Older?

What should I discuss with my financial representatives as I get older?

Have you had a financial check-up lately? You should have a financial check-up just as you should regularly visit with your doctor so he can monitor your health. Elder law attorney Martha Patterson has some suggestions for key points to discuss with your financial representatives and when your relatives, children and friends should be involved.

Some of the key questions are what will nursing home care or elder care for memory care cost? How much money do I actually have? Surprisingly, many people really don’t know. What money will I need? And when will I need it? Who will be my caregiver if I get sick? It’s time to investigate long term care plans — so don’t wait. And “every family should set aside some money for long term care” says Martha Patterson.

Elder law attorney Martha Patterson offers a free consultation and $500 off any paid services when you contact her at her website www.ElderLawMom.com and this is something you shouldn’t put off.

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