Rethink traditional estate planning and why long-term care planning should be part of your estate planning practice.
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Long Term Care in Estate Planning - A Sign of the Times
A recent Forbes article confirms that elder and long term care is rapidly becoming one of the most daunting healthcare challenges of our day: “between 2015 and 2030, the number of people in the world aged 60 years or over is expected to grow by 56%, from just over 900 million to nearly 1.5 billion. By 2050, the global population of people older than 60 is expected to jump to two billion. In the United States, the number of Americans over the age of 65 is expected to double from roughly 50 million today to nearly 100 million by 2060”.
This 30 minute program explores the impact to attorneys of this demographic change which is a defining issue of our time. The “Long Term Care In Estate Planning – A Sign Of The Times” Program explores:
- The impact of the aging population
- Traditional estate planning practices
- Long term care considerations
- Evaluating appropriate long term care planning for your client
- Coordinating long term care strategies into an estate plan
This relevant and timely program will benefit not only attorneys, but their clients as they gain an appreciation and understanding as to the necessity to rethink traditional estate planning as dictated by the sign of the current times.
Alan Press, Shire® Law Group, PC
Caren Naidoff, Shire® Law Group, PC