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Life Care Planning Guide

Life care planning can be an important element of elder law or special needs planning. The goal of life care planning is to support elders or others facing physical or mental limitations and illness — and their families — in making difficult long term care and financial decisions.

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Life care planning is a central priority at Thompson Legacy Law. We cannot overstate how meaningful it is to us to partner with individuals and families to take charge of long-term care decisions — allowing families to get back to enjoying their time together with less worry, burn-out and unpredictable financial concerns. Our life care planning team for each family includes an attorney, a Care Coordinator and other caring professionals who can address every facet of you and your loved one’s needs. We meet with life care planning clients at our Atlanta office or at their homes or care facilities, if needed.

If you would like to learn more about life care planning, we welcome you to contact Thompson Legacy Law for a free consultation. Call (404) 795-0114, email [email protected], or visit our website at www.thompsonlegacylaw.com. We serve Georgia families throughout the Atlanta area.

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