Protecting Your & Your Family's Assets
Preparing for Your Elder Years is the perfect guide to ensure your final years will be as comfortable and relaxing as possible. For nearly thirty years, attorney Vincent Liberti has helped people like you make sense of Medicare, Medicaid, wills, trusts, long-term care planning, and asset protection. He will take you step-by-step through the planning so you are prepared to care for yourself or a loved one.
In these pages, you will learn:
The many issues associated with protecting yourself and your loved ones
How to conduct an honest appraisal of your financial situation to prepare yourself
Wealth and investing concepts and how to protect your money
How to start saving early for your retirement years and chronic illness
Long-term care coverage—who will pay for it and how
Family dynamics that result from illness or death
Medicaid, its history, current status, how to prepare to avoid it, and how to qualify for it
Advanced estate planning techniques to shelter wealth
How to cope with predators, creditors, litigants, taxes, and spendthrift beneficiaries
Medicaid planning measures exist to shelter assets if properly pursued prior to the five-year look-back period.
About Attorney Liberti
VINCENT LIBERTI is an author, professional keynote speaker, law professor, and estate and elder law attorney whose practice focuses on sophisticated estate planning, elder law, business succession planning, probate administration and fiduciary representation, and real estate transactions, including IRC §1031 tax-deferred exchanges. He represents individuals (including lawyers for trust analysis), couples, fiduciaries, and family business owners.
Vincent earned a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Industrial Economics from Union College, a Juris Doctor (J.D.) in Law, and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Estate Planning and Elder Law from Western New England University School of Law. Vincent presently is licensed to practice law in the jurisdictions of New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts as well as the Federal District Court for the District of Connecticut. He employs a down-to-earth approach with his legal representation that extends almost thirty years. Throughout his career, Vincent has been interviewed for television, radio, and in print on matters dealing with estate planning and same-sex marriage, pet trusts, reverse mortgages and the elderly, and various other creative estate planning issues.
An Adjunct Professor of Law at Western New England University School of Law’s LL.M. degree program, Vincent teaches lawyers across the country in the post J.D. degree program on Estate Planning and Elder Law. He is married with an adult daughter and resides in Connecticut.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Click above to listen to an interview with Vincent about estate planning and elder law matters discussed in his book.
“Preparing for Your Elder Years is a thoroughly readable, often poignant, and always enlightening look at a very hard topic. This will be the go-to guide for anyone looking for pragmatic advice and insight on planning for the senior years.”
- Kelley G. Peck, J.D., LL.M.
Connecticut Estate Planning Attorney
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, all events are postponed until September 2021.
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