Long Term Care Planning in Palm Beach County

millman law group long term care planning in Palm beach County

Long term care planning in Palm Beach County can help you prepare for a safe future.

Nearly 70% of all senior citizens will require long term care at some point, but few have a plan put in place ahead of time. Without a secure care plan, an older adult can suffer a sudden injury or receive a diagnosis that calls for long term care and have their life upturned by this change. Long term care planning in Palm Beach County can help people avoid the confusion of this sudden life change. When you have a plan for long-term care, you can rest easy knowing that you will receive the care you choose. You can also feel confident that your finances will be ready to handle the demands of this care. 

The elder care coordinators and attorneys of The Millman Law Group can help you navigate this long term care planning process. Aaron Millman, Esq., CPA, founded The Millman Law Group to provide residents of Florida with a range of essential estate planning services. We know that every person’s needs are different, and our skilled team is prepared to help you make the best decisions for your needs. 

What Long Term Care Planning Does For You 

Long term care planning might be required for a number of reasons, including illness, disability, injury, or infirmity. This care may be needed for different periods, from a few weeks to several years. To create a long term care plan, you must consider: 

  • How you wish to receive care
  • The type of care you need or desire
  • Who will provide that care
  • How you will finance this treatment 

Your Millman Law elder care coordinator will work with elder care experts at The Millman Law Group to help you navigate the often complex process of long term care planning in Palm Beach County. 

When To Create Your Long Term Care Plan in Palm Beach County 

When people do not have a care plan in place, it is often because they don’t think they need one. However, life-changing illnesses can arrive quickly and leave you with no time to carefully prepare for what you need. If you put a plan in place before any injury or diagnosis occurs, you can more easily face these challenges. 

There are a few signs that indicate you should start long-term care planning as soon as possible. These include: 

  • A terminal diagnosis
  • A person is showing a loss of energy or declining mobility
  • The occurrence of a life-altering accident
  • A parent shows signs of early dementia or Alzheimer’s
  • A health scare or hospital visit has made it clear that you are not prepared for long-term care

If any of these situations apply to you, you can start creating your care plan with The Millman Law Group. 

How an Elder Care Coordinator Can Help

You will work with an elder care coordinator at The Millman Law Group to create a thoughtful care plan. The elder care coordinator is knowledgeable in Medicaid planning, veterans benefits, and complex health insurance policies. Your coordinator will help you navigate the costs required for long term care planning in Palm Beach County and help you avoid choices that could drain your resources. 

The goal of The Millman Law Group is always to help your family obtain the best elder care at the best price for you. We offer our clients free life care planning consultations and workbooks to prepare for care planning. If you are ready to prepare for your future, reach out to The Millman Law Group. 

Contact The Millman Law Group to Start Long Term Care Planning in Palm Beach County

Millman Law Group, PLLC is one of the only law firms that offers life planning in South Florida. From life care planning to the preparation of detailed estate plans, Millman Law Group has committed to serving Floridian elderly communities in Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, Ocean Ridge, Hillsboro Beach, and many other areas since 2018. Our dedicated team specializes in special needs trusts and catering to any age demographic because we know that it’s never too early to start preparing for your future. For the latest news in estate planning and elder care law, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. You can also contact us at 561-463-6480.