Long Term Care
Long Term Care is a range of human care services and support for your personal care needs. Most long-term care IS NOT Medical Care, but rather help with basic personal tasks of everyday life which includes but is not limited to: cooking, cleaning, shopping, housekeeping; which is sometimes referred to as “the activities of daily living”.
Medicare does not cover Homemakers and Custodial Care, if that is the only care you need. Assisted Living Care, Nursing Home Care are all classified as Long-Term Care.
Asset protection is a type of planning intended to protect one's assets from creditors claims. Individuals and business entities use asset protection techniques to limit creditors access to certain valuable assets, while operating within the bounds of
Redistribution of income and distribution of wealth are respectively the transfer of income and wealth (including physical property) from some individuals to others, by means of a few social mechanisms; such as Taxation, Charity, Welfare, Public Services, Land Reform, Monetary Policies, Confiscation and Divorce or Tort Laws.
The redistribution of income is a time sensitive matter that may bring legal ramifications no one wants, if not planned correctly.