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Apr 18, 2013 by |

Long-Term Care and The Elderly

By The Evans Law Firm of The Evans Law Firm posted in Annuities on Thursday, April 18, 2013.

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Although most older people hope to maintain independence, good health and have enough money to live comfortably, unexpected events may lead to the need for Long Term Care. If not planned for, these events can lead to the loss of hard earned assets as well as health. However, many families have found that after long term care has been purchased, dividends are not forthcoming. The burden that can result can affect both the elderly person and their families. Although it is often a difficult to subject to approach, properly planning Long Term Care plan is advisable for seniors before an event becomes a crisis. However, many payers on Long Term Care insurance have found that when the need arises, some companies do not pay when needed.
Long term care planning goals are important to both the elderly person and their family. Making sure part of your retirement includes a plan for long-term care is important, but preventing serious loss is just as vital. Make sure you or your loved one is advised and ready for the future by seeking advice about appropriate Long Term Care before it is purchased.

If you feel that you have properly purchased the insurance yet the dividends have not been forthcoming, the Evans Law Firm specializes in offering advice to seniors and their families. Contact the lawyers at Evans Law Firm toll free at 1-888-50EVANS or 415-441-8669 for a free and confidential consultation, or e-mail info@evanslaw.com.

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