Lisa D. Taylor, Esq., **
Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC
While effort and thought (and money) is often devoted to retirement preparation and planning, comparatively little effort or thought is given to planning for health care in advance of reaching the age of 65 (which is the age at which many people become eligible for Medicare) or in advance of retirement. The exception to the relative dearth of planning for health care is Medicaid planning, which generally consists of asset disposition strategies in order to facilitate Medicaid eligibility for receipt of long-term care services which this article will not address.
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** Founding Member, Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC, 600 Parsippany Road, Suite #204, Parsippany, NJ 07054, 973-947-7111, firstname.lastname@example.org. Ms. Taylor is Board Certified in Health Law by The Florida Bar and also licensed in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and the District of Columbia.