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Helping families plan ahead or cope with an impending crisis

Being well-informed about estate and long-term care planning issues is essential in today's society. The failure to plan can often lead to unnecessary expense and stress upon the death or disability of a family member, and could even prove catastrophic.

These ten guides discuss the basic components of estate and long-term care planning in order to help families like yours both plan now in advance of a future need and deal with an impending life event, generally the need for long-term care. The guides won't necessarily answer all your questions, but they do outline the fundamental strategies for protecting savings and obtaining appropriate care. Updated annually, the guides include Medicaid eligibility figures and other relevant changes for 2013.

Download one or more of the guides and start the planning process today.

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The Key Elements of an Estate Plan

The Key Elements of an Estate Plan

Execute a plan that spares loved ones
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A Long-Term Care Insurance Primer

A Long-Term Care Insurance Primer

Get the basics on choosing
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The Probate Process: What to Do Following a Death

The Probate Process: What to Do Following a Death

Manage an estate with a minimum of anguish
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Alternatives to Nursing Home Care

Alternatives to Nursing Home Care

Devise creative solutions to care

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The Basic Rules of Medicaid Eligibility

The Basic Rules of Medicaid Eligibility

Know who can qualify for nursing home coverage
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Nursing Homes: Placement and Resident Rights

Nursing Homes: Placement and Resident Rights

Locate a good facility and preserve a loved one's dignity

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