When you are diagnosed with a degenerative or debilitating illness, it is important to consider how you will pay for your long-term care. Although you may have savings or the support of family and friends, purchasing long-term care insurance is often an important part of estate and financial planning.
I am Richard A. Sarner of Zeldes, Needle & Cooper, P.C., and I begin by discussing your goals and objectives to determine the insurance coverage that will provide the most comprehensive care and asset protection, given your unique circumstances.
To discuss options for creating a long-term care insurance plan that will best protect you and your family, contact me, Stamford long-term care insurance attorney Richard A. Sarner, to schedule a free initial consultation.
Having all of the necessary information so that you can make informed decisions regarding your long-term care is crucial. If you choose to purchase long-term care insurance, I diligently will review the policy to ensure that it provides the necessary coverage given your goals. Certain questions must be asked when you are looking for an appropriate long-term care insurance policy:
I have years of experience and skill in helping families understand their options when they are dealing with chronic, debilitating illnesses.
I can also assist you with Medicaid planning, accounting for the possibility that loved ones may need these benefits to pay for long-term care, while still considering asset protection. In the event that you would prefer to be cared for at home instead of in an assisted living facility or nursing home, I can offer clients information regarding the necessary support services to accomplish these goals.
Do you have questions about creating a plan for long-term care insurance that best suits your goals? Contact me, Westport elder law lawyer Richard A. Sarner, to schedule a consultation. Call me at 833-332-8670. In Stamford, Connecticut, I assist clients from New Canaan, Darien and Greenwich and throughout Fairfield County and surrounding communities.