Elder Law: Wealth Preservation and Long-Term Care

Elder Law: Wealth Preservation and Long-Term Care


Elder Law: Wealth Preservation and Long-Term Care

NEW IN 2017
Thanks to the miracles of modern medicine and technology, many seniors enjoy an invigorating lifestyle, full of travel and excitement. Unfortunately, as the years pass these questions begin to arise:

  • If I’m unable to care for myself, how can I achieve the greatest quality of care without bankrupting myself, my spouse or my children?
  • What can be done legally to protect my assets?
  • What are the differences between alternative care options: home care, assisted living, adult day care, and senior apartments?
  • What options are there to pay for traditional or alternative care?
Fortunately, care alternatives to the traditional nursing home have emerged. To pay for these services, however, many seniors quickly go through their entire life savings and assets—unnecessarily. Whether you are concerned about preserving your own assets, or those of an aging or ill parent, our Elder Law seminar will help you understand how to mitigate or eliminate these costs.


Date & Time: 11/14/2017 at 6:30 PM

Location: Livonia Branch
37373 Seven Mile Rd.
Livonia, MI 48152

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