My Future Business Show Interview With Yale & Laurie Hauptman
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s My Future Business Show I have the pleasure of spending time with husband and wife attorney team Yale and Laurie Hauptman, talking about Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Special Needs Planning.
Yale writes and speaks extensively on elder, estate and special needs law topics, has been featured in both local and national media, and has been quoted in print and digital media outlets. He presents elder law topics to legal, financial, insurance, health care professional organizations and the general public.
Yale has written and published an eldercare book entitled, “Be Nice To Me-I Pick Your Nursing Home”, and teamed up with his partner and wife, Laurie A. Hauptman, Esq., and nationally acclaimed speaker and financial advisor, Don Quante, for his book, “Don’t Go Broke in a Nursing Home”, a consumer’s real-life hands-on guide to long-term care, including Medicaid eligibility, Veterans benefits, and new ways to “self-fund” your care without going broke.
Laurie is a New Jersey and New York licensed attorney who has concentrated her practice on estate, elder and special needs law for over 20 years. She is a Department of Veterans Affairs’ accredited attorney for the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims for veterans’ benefits, and has been intrinsically involved with helping thousands of families navigate the circuitous and emotional journey through the long-term and special needs process.
During the call, both Yale and Laurie share insights and stories where they have helped thousands of families plan for the complicated and emotional journey through the long-term care process, and among other relevant topics, we explore how Covid-19 has amplified the need to set up long-term plans now, rather than later.
One of the key takeaways for me, was that we all have the opportunity to take action now, when life is easy, there’s ample time, and things aren’t at a critical mass. You don’t have to wait until it becomes urgent.
To learn more about Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Special Needs Planning, or to contact Laurie or Yale to see how they can help you, click the link below.