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On Friday, April 13th, 2018 for “Financial Planning Friday” on the STA Money Hour (950AM KPRC Radio), We had attorney Molly Dear Abshire, a partner at Wright Abshire, Attorneys in Houston, on live to discuss “Elder Law and Medicaid Planning”. As Baby Boomers and their parents continue to become an important aging demographic, taking care of their long-term care needs is becoming a priority for all Americans. Elder Law experts like Molly Abshire specialize in the strategies to make sure that a long-term care event will not have a significant and devastating impact on their family – both emotionally and financially.
Aligned with this show, I am sharing a link to a presentation on “Planning for Incapacity”. Please take a look at this article and tune into the STA Money hour this Friday April 13th. If you miss this show, you and your family may find yourself to be one of the unlucky families that have not properly planned!
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