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Discover the Eight Mistakes Families Make When Paying for Long-Term Care (...and How You Can Avoid Them!)

FREE Report Reveals the Steps You Should be Taking Right Now to Protect Your Hard-Earned Savings and Provide the Best Possible Care for Your Loved One


Caring for an aging loved one presents families with a host of difficult challenges -- highest on that list for many, of course, is "How are we going to pay for this without losing everything?" And with the cost of nursing home care in Tennessee approaching $9,000 per month, it's easy to see why.


That's why we decided it was so important to prepare this free report, "Understanding Medicaid - Helping Seniors and Their Families Cope with the High Cost of Long-Term Care." It's full of straightforward information and strategies that you can use to ensure that your loved one gets the best possible care while keeping more of your life's savings. And it's our gift to's just some of what you'll discover within:


Here's just some of what you'll discover in this free guide...


  • The Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid (...and What it Means for You)

  • Common Myths and Misconceptions Regarding Qualification for Medicaid

  • Why Giving Away Your Assets Can Create Headaches...Unless it's Done Just Right

  • How Spousal Protections Play an Important Role in Proper Planning

  • Why it's Almost Never Too Late to Plan...Regardless of Where Your Loved One is on The Elder Care Journey

  • ...and Much More!


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"What if You Don't Die?"

Nearly 50% of Seniors Will Become Incapacitated Before Death...Don't Put Your Family and Finances at Risk!

FREE Report Reveals the Steps You Should be Taking Right Now to Protect Your Home and Savings from Creditors, Lawsuits, Excessive Taxes, and Seemingly Endless Long-Term Care Costs


"Who needs an estate plan?"

It's a question we hear often when working with families in our area...and the answer, quite simply, is everyone.

Without a proper plan in place, the state will decide who receives your assets and when and how they'll receive them. The state will also decide who has the authority to make medical and financial decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated. 


Finally, without a plan, your loved ones will be forced to make difficult decisions without guidance when they would be otherwise grieving.

The stakes are obviously high and you can't afford to be caught without a plan in place. That's why my firm decided to make available our free "Estate Planning Basics" report.

It's full of no-nonsense, actionable strategies and tips that you can use to take control of your legacy and your family's future. And the best part? It's absolutely free! Just complete the form to the right and we'll pass it along instantly via e-mail.

Here's just some of what you'll discover in this free guide...


  • Discover Why it's Almost Never Too Late to Plan

  • The "Estate Planner's Toolbox" - Commonly Used Tools and How They Can Benefit You and Your Family

  • The Ten Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes (...and How You Can Avoid Them!)

  • How a Proper Plan Can Lessen Your Tax Burden, Protect Your Home, and Provide for Future Generations

  • ...and Much More!


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Get Your FREE Report: An Introduction to Settling an Estate Through Probate

Losing a loved one is difficult enough without the added stress of having to make important financial decisions while grieving. If you are faced with the prospect of probating a loved one’s estate, chances are you have plenty of questions. This free report has the answers. You’ll learn:

  • What probate is and what the process involves

  • How much probate costs

  • How long it takes to complete a "typical" probate

  • What happens if there’s no Last Will and Testament

  • The types of assets that DON’T have to go through probate

  • The duties and responsibilities of the personal representative

  • Whether or not you need a lawyer to settle an estate through probate

  • The biggest mistakes people make during probate

  • And much more!

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