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Protect a Lifetime of Hard Earned Savings from Going to a Nursing Home

December 2, 2016




Since many Hawaii seniors face debilitating conditions like arthritis, dementia, or stroke, keeping yourself or a loved one out of a nursing home can be an extremely challenging endeavor.


Sometimes, even families who are making tireless and heroic efforts to keep a loved one at home must finally face the sobering reality that the care offered by a nursing home is the best alternative for everyone.  With the proper legal advice, you can get the facts, about what happens when a loved one enters a nursing home and how to pay for the quality care you deserve.


A FREE one-hour meeting at the Kahala Office of Estate Planning Consultants of Hawaii, Inc. (EPCH) will put you well on your way to making the proper provisions for protecting your family's assets. You will discover that most, if not all, of a person's assets are potentially at risk - even joint bank accounts and life insurance policies.


With the competent assistance of an EPCH Attorney, you will identify the value of the assets at risk. With this knowledge, our firm will craft the best possible asset protection plan for your family's needs.


Our asset protection plan will maximize the assets that can be sheltered, and minimize what must be spent on nursing home care.


We can help if a loved one is already in the hospital or nursing home and it appears that they will not be able to return home then you probably have a lot of questions about what will happen to your loved one's finances.


We look forward to the opportunity to help your family.


Call Stephen Capone today at 808-371-1868 for a free consultation to review your Trust documents.

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