August 21, 2021 In Webinar

How to Avoid Probate and Avoid Losing Assets to Long-Term Care Expenses

Don’t Miss this FREE Virtual Workshop!

Discover the secrets to protecting yourself, your loved ones, your assets, and your legacy at our upcoming virtual workshop.

On Tuesday, September 21st at 10:00 AM (CDT), top estate planning and elder law attorney Tiffanny H. Sievers will host a free virtual workshop.

By attending this must-see event, you’ll learn:

9/21/2021 @ 10:00 a.m.

This live virtual workshop is presented by SI Elder Law Founder Tiffanny H. Sievers. The workshop is online using the Zoom platform. Once registered, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to view the presentation. If you have questions about accessing the webinar, please call our office at 618-997-3500. 

Schedule a Seminar for your Group.

Our Elder Law Attorneys are also Available to Speak to Your Group or Organization. We frequently speak at churches, senior citizen centers, sorority organizations, assisted living facilities and nursing homes. We also provide speakers for funeral director meetings, financial institutions, insurance and brokerage agencies. Call us today to schedule a free seminar at (618) 997-3500.

More About Our Free Elder Law Seminars

Helping people preserve a legacy of family wealth is one of our top priorities. Effective estate planning can help you pass more of your assets to your loved ones when you pass away. It can also help you qualify for Medicaid and other benefits when you need long-term care – without first depleting all your resources.

Many individuals will need long-term care at some point. Quality care is expensive, but Medicaid can pick up much of the financial burden. However, qualifying for Medicaid may be difficult without first using up your assets. The good news is that careful planning now may allow you to qualify for Medicaid without first losing everything you own.

People who have disabilities frequently need costly assistance and medical care. Social Security and Medicaid benefits may be available to help people with disabilities cover these costs. However, careful estate planning is a must to ensure that an inheritance or other settlement won’t disqualify a recipient from receiving the benefits they deserve.

Long-term care facilities are supposed to be a safe place for individuals who can’t live on their own. Unfortunately, many nursing homes and similar facilities fail to meet their obligations to residents. Instead, residents suffer physical and emotional harm caused by neglect or even intentional abuse. Learning how to recognize the signs of abuse and neglect in nursing homes could save the life of a loved one.

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