How a Little Mistake Could Cost You $7,000 a Month

By Chicagoland Senior Advocate Rick Law of Law Elderlaw in Aurora, IL

Do you have the information you need to keep your family safe?

Caring for a beloved family member with Alzheimer’s isn’t easy; it’s one of the toughest tasks anyone can undertake. As an elder law attorney, I witness the burden families bear taking care of their loved ones with Alzheimer’s. What’s more, I see too many families who haven’t taken the right steps to protect themselves… and it’s sometimes too late to help them. They’ve unknowingly made little mistakes that render their loved one with Alzheimer’s ineligible for important benefits—costing them $5,000, $7,000, even up to $9,000 a month in nursing care fees.

The cost can be crippling to many families – folks who worked hard to save a little, only to see it drained in a matter of months after the Alzheimer’s bills start to pile up. That’s why I’m making an incredible resource available to everyone in the Alzheimer’s community—and it’s completely free.

The Indispensable Alzheimer’s Resource Kit has an immense amount of information that’s vital to caregivers. It’s a $197 value—but I feel so strongly that caregivers should understand the complex path of the Alzheimer’s journey that I’m giving it away to anyone who wants it—and it won’t cost you a penny. Inside, you’ll find:

• How you may be able to get help paying for nursing home, assisted living, or in-home care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s
• How to avoid caregiver burnout, which can result in serious health problems for the caregiver
• Three one-hour MP3s which discuss Alzheimer’s caregiving tips and techniques, featuring caregiving expert Jo Huey
• Answers to 92 most frequently asked questions about Alzheimer’s
• How to deal with guilt and the sense of loss you feel as the disease progresses
• Our Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tip of the Day emails to make your life better today, and provide you with ongoing support

Too many families find out too late that there are simple steps that could have protected them from being out of money and out of options. Don’t let that happen to you. To find out what you need to know to protect your family’s health and happiness, simply click the link to view and download your very own Alzheimer’s Resource Kit:

Find the answers you need to avoid dangerous caregiver burnout and savor financial peace of mind.

If your loved one has memory problems and you’re afraid of the consequences that may bring, give our office a call today at 800-310-3100 or 630-585-5200. Your first consultation is absolutely free. We’ll let you know what steps you need to take, right now, to protect yourself and your family. Call now.


Rick L. Law, Attorney, Estate Planner for Retirees

Rick was named the #1 Illinois elder law estate planning attorney by Leading Lawyer Magazine. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, AARP Magazine,, and numerous newspapers and articles. Rick is the lead attorney for Law Elder Law, LLP, focusing in Estate Planning, Guardianship, and Nursing Home Solutions. His goal is to give retirees an informed edge when it comes to dealing with an uncertain future. Get flexible retirement strategies that work during good times and bad, plus information on how you can save your home and assets from being used to pay for long term care. Located just off I-88, across from the Aurora Premium Outlet Mall. Call 800-310-3100 for your free consultation now!

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