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  • June 2017 Newsletter Meier Law Firm is now offering comprehensive elder law services. If your parent is concerned about rising long-term health care costs, paying for living expenses, asset protection and preservation, medical care, or powers of attorney,
  • New Year's Edition 2015 A person who turns 65 today has a 70% chance of needing some type of long-term care at some time in their remaining years, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. On average, women will need 3.7 years of long-term care and men will need 2.2 years of care. Only 20% will need care for longer than five years.
  • Fall Edition 2014 Newsletter When we talk about retirement, most of us are still thinking about our parents’ retirement and how they did – or did not – plan properly for it. It’s no big stretch to think that our retirement will differ significantly from that of our parents, but there are still lessons to be learned from them in preparing.