Long Term Care

Covid separation

My friend Joe hasn’t seen his wife since March. He’d rushed her to the hospital and had to watch from the door while the gurney wheeled her away. It turned out she had an aneurism that needed immediate attention. TheRead more “Joe’s Wife Is Missing. So Is His Ability to Protect Her”

Older couple holding hands

At the peak of the COVID pandemic, my friend Joe hadn’t seen his wife for over five months. He had rushed her to the hospital and had to watch from the door while the gurney wheeled her away. It turnedRead more “Joe’s Wife Is Missing, So Is His Ability to Protect Her”

Kurt is a 64-year-old widower. Comfortably retired, he likes to go the gym and play a lot of golf. His financial advisor is confident Kurt’s financial situation, while not unlimited, will allow him to do that for the rest ofRead more “A Pragmatic Response to the Need for Long Term Care Coverage”