Suzette Binford from the Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter presents Alzheimer’s: The Basics - Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease
The term "Long Term Care Planning" sounds a bit daunting and also a bit depressing. However, there are steps you can take now that will make an eventual transition into long term care easier for yourself and your loved ones. In fact, taking these steps is in many ways more for the benefit of your loved ones than yourself. The Future is Coming focuses on Medicaid Planning, and how to preserve your assets from the Georgia Medicaid Recovery Program making it possible for you to pass them on to your loved ones after you pass; Also discussed is the current estate tax and gift tax laws along with an overview of the basic estate planning documents that every person from middle aged to senior citizen should have in place.
Alfred E. Fargione is an attorney in Athens focusing on Elder Law, Estate Planning and Tax Planning. He earned his Juris Doctor from New England Law | Boston and went on to earn an advanced law degree (LL.M.) in Tax and Estate Planning from Boston University. Alfred practiced in the Boston area before moving to Athens with his family.