Traditional elder law focuses on the way property is passed from one generation to the next. It may provide a foundation for financial and care decision-making through Powers of Attorney, but it does not meet the full range of care needs (including how to pay for long-term care) associated with aging and disability. A newer model called Life Care Planning is based on a more comprehensive approach to the legal and financial challenges of long-term care. Families with loved ones in care crisis situations benefit from a single point of contact that addresses a wide range of their concerns and relieves decision-making burdens. Benefits to the legal practitioner include greater satisfaction in solving complex problems for clients, long-term relationships with families, and the creation of recurring revenue streams.
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April 9, 2019
Bailey Schiermeyer, Esq.