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Online asset protection seminar set for Nov. 10

Newman Elder Law is hosting the virtual event, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Newman Elder Law is hosting the virtual presentation “Know Your Options: Medicaid and Asset Protection Essentials” on Tuesday, Nov. 10, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Having a good estate plan does not mean that you have a good asset protection plan. Learn what a good asset protection plan is during this free seminar.

Who should attend:

– Those who are worried about the costs of long-term care using up all of their hard-earned assets
– Those who are worried about how to afford nursing home care, which costs between $10,000-$14,000 per month
– Those who think giving a house to children is a good way to protect assets
– Those who had a “living trust” prepared in the last 25 years
– Those who think that Medicare will pay for long-term, skilled nursing care
– Those who are caring for their adult children with special needs
– Those who own real estate in addition to their primary residence
– Those who are considering changing their accounts to joint accounts with a child
– Those who may have a spouse or loved one who may need skilled care in the next five years
– Those who are currently serving as a caregiver for a loved one

Email Michele@newmanelderlaw.com to be sent the link to join the Zoom presentation. Additionally, your attendance will award you a free one-hour virtual consultation.

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