Berg Bryant Elder Law Group, PLLC
4540 Southside Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32216
You will want to consider basic eldercare planning along with your estate planning documents. This includes being very conscientious about the people you select as your fiduciaries under a durable power of attorney and healthcare surrogate designation. These are your primary decision-makers if you lose the ability to manage your finances and make medical decisions. For someone who is under 65 and still working, elder law planning can be touched on lightly. Between age 50 and 65, there should be a consideration and discussion about long-term care insurance because that is typically when the premiums are more sensible. You need the basics covered and discussed because anyone can be in an accident resulting in the need for fulltime care. More advanced planning is typically covered after age 65.
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