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August 2018 Archives

Texas residents may want to plan ahead for long-term care

No one is immune to the possibility of getting sick or suffering injuries. Even the most cautious person could end up in an unexpected situation that leads him or her to needing long-term care. Of course, the costs of such care are often overwhelming, and if Texas residents do not plan accordingly, their finances and options for care could end up hurting.

Planning as a parent includes estate planning

Texas parents often have a number of responsibilities that they need to address. Most of those tasks involve caring for their children themselves, but they may also find themselves needing to consider a time when they may not be able to care for their kids. It is an unfortunate reality that parents, even new ones, can suffer incapacitating or even fatal injuries or illnesses. Because no one is immune, it is wise for parents to start estate planning.

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