Author Mindy Felinton along with her coauthor Debbie Papay not only address this important material in a light-hearted and easily recognizable manner by channeling imaginary plots from popular 1950's through the '70's TV shows, they provide direction for issues like long-term care, medicaid and even tax planning.
An otherwise daunting explanation of such important material has been spun into gold through this enjoyable, invaluable read. Moreover, Ms. Felinton's new book also includes important concepts on actual, real-life mistakes made by real people making a clear example of how to succeed when it comes to estate planning and elder law.
Ms. Felinton is a Client's Choice award winning author and demonstrates clearly, her unique ability to cover many of the aspects of elder law that is helpful to seniors and allows them to plan diligently and address aging in general, illness or incapacity, available benefits and asset protection as a whole.
An unsurpassable guide to devising a comprehensive plan and establishing forethought, Blooper Episodes in Estate Planning and Elder Law is an exciting book that helps readers understand what their concerns and goals may be in a constantly changing environment.
Mindy Felinton continues to outline and deliver on expectations with her deliciously rich, valuable knowledge through common examples of perils and pitfalls that real people have brought to her over the years. In order to help the elderly avoid costly mistakes and navigate such a difficult subject matter, Ms. Felinton provides case by case examples on what not to do.
About Mindy Felinton
Ms. Felinton focuses her law practice in the areas of Medicaid Benefits and Asset Protection. In addition to her previous popular books, including Don't Go Broke in a Nursing Home launched earlier this year, she is a member of the Maryland, District of Columbia and Florida Bar Associations. Dedicated to providing support in both financial and legal affairs, she is primarily dedicated to protecting our legacy through individualized plans that protect assets.
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