Legal Advice for Long Term Care — 109 results
Written by attorney James Frederick, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
People are living longer. The fastest growing segment of the U.S. population is people over 80. Because of this fact, more people require more medical care. Medicare and Medicaid cannot... more
Written 15 days ago.
There are several types of US visas offered to those looking to travel long-term to the United States, including nonimmigrant and immigrant visas.
Written by attorney Cynthia Mead, over 2 years ago.
Paying for long term care is a common worry of seniors and their loved ones. Long term care can be expensive, and finding ways to pay for it without bankrupting seniors or their families... more
Written by attorney Louis P Lepore, almost 4 years ago.
Studies predict that approximately 40% (2 out of every 5) of Americans reaching age 65 will need some type of long-term care (LTC). Some of your clients would prefer to stay at home, no... more
Written by attorney Dale S. Davidson, over 4 years ago.
Payment of Premiums An alternative to qualifying for Medicaid or paying all long-term care costs out-of-pocket is to purchase long-term care insurance. There are a few rules of thumb that... more
Written by attorney Leigh Hilton, 11 months ago.
The longer we live, the greater the chance is that we will need some type of long-term care, meaning that we will need to be taken care of due to a physical illness, a disability, or a... more
Written by attorney Gorham Clark, over 1 year ago.
Today's seniors are entering a perfect storm. The Issues • In 2000, there were approximately 35 million individuals age 65 or over, and that number is expected to double by the year 2025. •... more
Written by attorney Joseph Bollhofer, over 3 years ago.
Paying For Long Term Care At Home
By Joseph A. Bollhofer, Esq.
I expect that any senior (over 65) who needs long term care would rather receive it at home than in a nursing home or... more
Written by attorney Ruthann P. Lacey, over 5 years ago.
Long Term Care Insurance Long Term Health Care Insurance (LTCI) is an option available to many individuals, but capitalizing upon it requires advance planning. Since the earlier the... more
Written by attorney Julieanne Steinbacher, about 5 years ago.
Private In-Home Care In-home care workers can be hired privately or through a home health agency. There are many advantages to hiring home health aides or companions through an agency: