Long-term Care Planning Strategies That Benefit Senior Relatives

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 70 percent of individuals turning 65 today will need long-term care of some type during their lifetimes.

It is essential to address how you will deal with those costs. The Ammari Firm, LLC, works with families who are currently struggling with how to pay for long-term care costs, and with those families who want to put a plan in place that gives them confidence, and sets their minds at rest.

Long-term care can be very expensive. Nursing home costs can quickly erode a family's life savings. To make matters worse, the options to pay for long-term care are limited. Typically, the options include Medicare (for a limited time and only under limited circumstances), long-term care insurance, private pay and Medicaid.

Compassionate Elder Care Lawyer Helps Families Navigate The Legal Challenges That Accompany Aging

The Ammari Firm, LLC, places special focus on strategies for long-term care planning, Medicaid Planning and Veterans Administration benefits planning for seniors and military veterans, respectively.

Experienced Elder Care attorney Patricia Ammari works with you to create a customized plan based on your specific, individual circumstances. This plan takes into account your needs, assets, income and any available assistance, including government benefits such as Medicaid and Veterans benefits.

While many people wait until they are in need of long-term care to address the possibility of long-term care, the best time to engage in long-term care planning is five or more years before care is needed. Whether you or your loved one needs immediate long-term care, or you are concerned about long-term care in the future, The Ammari Firm, LLC, can work with you to create a plan that brings peace of mind to you and your Georgia family.

Contact The Ammari Firm, LLC, law offices in Marietta, to secure a free phone consultation with Patricia Ammari. Call 678-964-7627 or reach us by email message.