Most people will start a 401k when they start working. Some people will wait 10 or so years to do so (Hi!), but for the most part, at some point, people begin to plan for retirement because that’s the dream. You work the majority of your life with the idea that you spend the latter half of it enjoying the finer things in life like family, friends, traveling, etc. An afternoon with an elder law attorney can help preserve all that you have worked for.
Sometimes, though, things that aren’t in your life plan happen and cause a ripple in the preparations you have made. In almost an instant, everything you have meticulously planned and saved could go up in smoke. You can be left with nothing and worse, be left with nothing to leave. Continue reading “Elder Law: Asset Protection Before Long-Term Care”