Hospice Care Planning

A terminally ill patient, if mentally competent, has opportunities to provide for the long-term care needs of his or her spouse and children which otherwise would face planning obstacles imposed by the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. Planning for the terminally ill is sometimes referred to as ‘hospice care planning.’ Planning for someone who has a life threatening illness can be complicated. With proper planning, you will insure that matters are handled according to your wishes and that you have taken the best steps possible to protect your loved ones and to protect your family’s financial security.

For more information about hospice care planning, please download and view my free “Consumer’s Guide to Hospice Care.”


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