If you have any doubts at all about:
- Getting your personal legal documents in order
- How to be an advocate for an elderly or incapacitated loved one
- Or how to have critical end-of-life discussions with your aging parents
…help is on the way.
In the May 2016 membership package, Women on Fire founder Debbie Phillips interviews Julie Steinbacher, a top elder law attorney.
Here is an audio sneak peek from the interview.
In it, Julie discusses a critical document you must have in place to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Putting this essential document in place can save you and your family days, months or years of misery.
Here are just a few of the many topics Julie offers her expert advice on in the complete interview:
- What an elder care attorney does, how to find one, and what questions to ask
- The document everyone age 18 and older needs to have in place
- When and how to decide on in-home care options for a debilitated loved one
- What to consider when appointing health and financial decision-makers to act on your behalf if you are unable to
- How to select an executor for your estate and why a beneficiary may not be the best choice
- Who to contact if your loved one is not receiving proper care in a health facility
- How to stay involved in decision-making when a parent remarries
- What to look for in long-term-care insurance and the potential risks involved
- Ways to discuss end-of-life issues with even the most reluctant family members
If you aren’t yet a member and want to receive this Women on Fire exclusive, click here to join us today.
Only a few days remain for you to have access to this interview.
P.S. When you join today, you will have access to this powerful interview, the May Women on Fire live video master class on May 18, and you’ll be invited into the private Women on Fire Facebook page. Plus, when you do you’ll become part of the safest, most connective and inspiring group of women you’ll ever meet. Why not join now!?