“We don’t know if we’re going to get Alzheimer’s or anything like that. I think the best thing is to have your team of advisers. 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, is a good time to meet with an attorney, get estate planning documents put in place so there’s someone to act on your behalf if you become unable to,” Melisa said in an interview with WILX News 10’s Ann Emmerich. Other important advisors to have on your team include a financial planner, accountant, and insurance agent.
Source: Should You Invest In Long-Term Care Insurance? | Fraser Trebilcock – JDSupra