Elder law is a broad term for a range of legal issues relating to the retirement years. An estimated 70% of people turning age 65 will need
long-term care at some point in their lives. The estimated population of people age 65 or older was 43.1 million people in 2012. By 2050 that number is estimated to grow to over 83.7 million people. In 2004 there were 1.5 million nursing home residents. The average length of stay was 835 days, the average cost for a private room in 2010 was $6,965 per month. Planning for long-term care is essential to ease the worry about funding long-term care needs. Many times poor planning can have long lasting consequences that not only affect you, but also your children.
Mr. Heeps provides seniors and individual with disabilities the sound strategies and comprehensive planning they need to preserve family wealth, fund nursing home care, anticipate other legal, and financial concerns associated with aging.
Mr. Heeps can help you and your family with Medicaid Planning, Long-Term Care planning, Estate Planning, Tax Planning, and Succession planning. Mr. Heeps is dedicated to helping you care for a loved one by protecting their assets by using every available resource.
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Long-Term Care Planning
Special Needs Trusts
Miller (Qualified Income Trusts)
VA Benefits and Aid
Estate Planning for Elders