This is the first comprehensive estate-planning guide for those living with a chronic disease or disability. This book is targeted at those planning for the disbursement of their estates, no matter their size. Estate-planning is crucial for those living with a chronic disease or disability: individuals must express their preferences whether to receive long-term care at home rather than in a nursing home in the event that they become more disabled, and it is more important for one who has a chronic illness to name a power of attorney. Estate Planning for People with a Chronic Condition or Disability covers all of those topics plus: How to write your will How to determine how much life insurance your family needs How to figure out whether you need a living trust Learn about powers of attorney When to work with a lawyer, if you need to The book also includes downloadable sample forms for: Power of Attorney Living Will Designation of Proxy for Financial and Health DecisionsRetirement, IRA, and Other Benefit Plans and Beneficiary Designations. i. ... on retirement and pension accounts can have profound tax consequences, can change the dispositive scheme of the ... mail from any former residence or post- office box to a new address or post-office box which the Agent reasonably believes willanbsp;...
|Title||:||Estate Planning for People with a Chronic Condition or Disability|
|Author||:||Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD|
|Publisher||:||Demos Medical Publishing - 2009-03-26|