Long-term care and financial planning are necessary to ensure the health, safety, comfort, and financial stability of Floridians as they age or navigate disability. However, it can be challenging to know what questions to ask and to engage in tough conversations with aging parents, disabled adult children, or other vulnerable family members. Consequently, nearly 70% of residents choose to avoid long-term care planning, placing themselves and their families at an increased risk of future financial harm and exploitation.
If your loved one has not engaged in long-term care planning or if you have been struggling to find a way to start tough conversations about end-of-life care and financial planning, we invite you to use the Florida Bar’s Conversation Guide to help you navigate difficult conversations about long-term care planning with your loved one and family.
As Florida Elder Law planning attorneys, we are passionate about protecting Florida’s most vulnerable populations, including those with special needs, the disabled, and seniors. We use our decades of long-term care planning experience to help protect clients from exploitation, protect assets, minimize taxes, and maximize savings and benefits on long-term care. If you are interested in long-term care planning for yourself or a loved one, we invite you to call our office at (407) 478-8700 to schedule a consultation to learn more about the planning tools that may be used to protect your rights and future financial security.