I am not talking about storks and babies but about what happens if you are not able to care for yourself. No one likes to think about what will happen to them and their family if they are unable to care for basic things like eating and bathing… and the idea of having a conversation about that possibility sounds even worse. But postponing these types of talks will likely be worse than the conversation itself. Having the honest conversation now about the possibility of your parents, spouse or yourself needing help in the future for a long term care event can save you and your family from financial and emotional turmoil. Genworth Financial has brought together a very helpful piece to help this conversation go smoothly – Let’s Talk!
People Are Talking…
T, FL 6/27/2019
“Jonathan Durr was very patient, explained and answered all questions. Understanding, patient and well-informed.”
-Beth, SC 6/26/2019
“Very knowledgeable and I felt trustworthy since Dave Ramsey recommended.”
-Michael, TX 6/24/2019
“(He showed) concern for our well being and choosing the best policy for our needs. Jonathan seemed to have our best interests at heart. Was always willing to move the policy in different modes for us to see what we wanted to decide on.”
-Sam, NC 6/19/2019
“Clear, thorough explanations. He was very patient and made sure all questions were answered before moving on.”
What would you tell a friend or colleague about your experience?
“That it is a thorough, complex process, but this representative will walk you through it every step of the way.”