Long-term care planning is a strategic plan to allocate funds or resources in order to pay for care facilities and medical needs in advanced age. Crisis planning is utilized when a loved one requires facility care or even home health assistance in the near future. Pre-planning details the planning stages required to effectuate a complete long-term plan.
Words and phrases such as estates, nursing homes, mental incapacity, long-term care costs, trusts, and probate administrations do not exactly inspire feelings of wonder and excitement in most folks. Planning for these potential events can often seem a little scary and confusing.
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How do you know what events trigger an update, and what new provisions should be added to estate planning documents?