Schedule your free Exploratory phone call

Click here to see how we
can be of assistance.

Careers/Open Positions

Explore all available job
listings and become a part of an amazing team.

Our Social Media

Connect with us on Social Media using the following buttons:

Visit our Podcasts

Listen in, Join the Conversation!

Recent Posts
Entrepreneur Estate Plans For Those Who Choose To 1) Ready, 2) Fire, THEN 3) Aim

Estate planning for business owners, particularly those known for impulsive decision-making, requires a nuanced approach. ...

The post Entrepreneur Estate Plans For Those Who Choose To 1) Ready, 2) Fire, THEN 3) Aim first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

See more
How Rising Interest Rates Can Affect Your FinancialPlans

Whether you are managing debt, investing assets, or developing an estate plan, changes in interest ...

The post How Rising Interest Rates Can Affect Your FinancialPlans first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

See more
Creating a Financially Organized Life

Here’s how to get a jump-start on creating a system to organize your bills, statements, ...

The post Creating a Financially Organized Life first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

See more

What Does It Really Cost to Be a Caregiver?

When thinking about your estate plan, you must consider what might happen to you or your loved ones if you were no longer able to care for yourself. This is an increasingly common situation as it relates to caregiving for adult children today. Emotional and financial stress can represent significant changes in their life so if the default of your elder law plan is that a family member will step in and care for you, think carefully about how this could impact them and other loved ones.

Many people have had to step back from their careers to care for elderly loved ones and while this is still likely the first choice of the person who has stepped back, wanting to provide the best for their family, it doesn’t come without stress. In fact, a recent study from Fidelity Investments found that over 60% of active caregivers said they were at least occasionally overwhelmed with financial stress.

Plenty of them had to take significant time out of their jobs with the average time out of the workforce being 20 months. Furthermore, many of them took pay cuts when they went back to work at a median of 40% of what they were making previously. Thinking ahead about your caregiving plan and how you can minimize the possible burden on your loved ones is important.

While your loved ones will likely tell you that it’s not a burden to take care of you, the more proactive you can be with your estate and elder law planning, can make it that much easier for you to reduce the stress faced by your loved ones in this already difficult situation. For more information about crafting an estate and elder law plan unique to your family’s dynamics, schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney.

Schedule your free Exploratory phone call

Click here to see how we
can be of assistance.

Careers/Open Positions

Explore all available job
listings and become a part of an amazing team.

Our Social Media

Connect with us on Social Media using the following buttons:

Visit our Podcasts

Listen in, Join the Conversation!

Recent Posts
Entrepreneur Estate Plans For Those Who Choose To 1) Ready, 2) Fire, THEN 3) Aim

Estate planning for business owners, particularly those known for impulsive decision-making, requires a nuanced approach. ...

The post Entrepreneur Estate Plans For Those Who Choose To 1) Ready, 2) Fire, THEN 3) Aim first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

See more
How Rising Interest Rates Can Affect Your FinancialPlans

Whether you are managing debt, investing assets, or developing an estate plan, changes in interest ...

The post How Rising Interest Rates Can Affect Your FinancialPlans first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

See more
Creating a Financially Organized Life

Here’s how to get a jump-start on creating a system to organize your bills, statements, ...

The post Creating a Financially Organized Life first appeared on Integrated Tax Planning, Legal Planning & Financial Planning.

See more