Long-term care planning could help individuals fund future care

There are many financial milestones that individuals will face in life. In some instances, those milestones may be exciting, like buying a new car or home, and in others, those times could feel like a burden, such as needing money for long-term care. In the latter cases, Texas residents may be better able to protect themselves if they make efforts with long\-term care planning.

By planning ahead, individuals may be able to bypass much of the panic that could come along with needing funds for extended care. It may prove wise for any adult to consider this need, as most older individuals will need care, especially those over the age of 85. Because parties who have reached retirement live on a fixed income, they may struggle financially in the event of an emergency.

Fortunately, there are various ways individuals could plan to have their financial affairs in order for such an event. People could review their insurance options, consider using trusts for asset protection and many other available avenues. By planning for these costs, parties may save themselves and their family members from at least some financial difficulty.

If Texas residents are ready to consider their long-term care planning options, they should feel proud of their decision to take such an important step. Though the process of planning may seem intimidating, individuals do not have to work alone. Experienced estate planning attorneys could help parties understand how to make their care wishes known and how to protect their assets when it comes to funding care.

Source: USA Today, "9 ways to plan for a comfortable retirement and financially secure old age", Robert Powell, May 23, 2018

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