This year about 9 million individuals over the age of 65 will require long-term care of some kind (such as in-home, assisted living, or nursing home care), and estimates show that 12 million Americans will require it by 2020.
Discover the 5 reasons paying for long-term care expenses is a very real concern and why you should start planning ahead now. Watch this short video (4:50) as Parman & Easterday attorneys Blaine Peterson and Jerry Shiles explain how to prepare for the possibility of long-term care and ensure your and your children’s savings aren’t devastated by the cost.
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