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Where can I seek assistance for financial planning?

By | May 9th, 2021

While people who are planning for long-term care obviously want to be very careful with how they spend any money, there are what’s called aging life professionals. Sometimes, maybe paying for some time with an aging life professional and having a conversation with them, may lend itself to a lot of information. I also would suggest the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. Their website is a great resource because you can find elder law attorneys in your state and often in your county. They tend to post a tremendous amount of resources in their blogs and so on. There are also different financial advisors who specialize in working with families who have Alzheimer’s or dementia.

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