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How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost?

table{ border-color:black; border:1px solid; } td{ border-color:black; border:1px solid; } The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) estimates that 56% of individuals turning 65 in 2020 to 2024 will need long-term care services and suppo… Read More
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Asset Preservation for Married Couples Using Last Wills and Testaments

I. Introduction When people become chronically ill or disabled, they may need long-term care (LTC) services. Given the very high cost of LTC services, many people will apply for MaineCare (Maine Medicaid), which pays for some types of those services.… Read More
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Planning Ahead: Asset Protection Trusts

Why Plan Ahead for Long-Term Care? Long-term care services are “a combination of medical, nursing, custodial, social, and community services designed to help people who have disabilities or chronic care needs, including dementia. Services may be pr… Read More
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