Learn about long-term care March 17 at Bethel UCC

Bethel Congregational United Church of Christ hosts a March 17 potluck and information session on financial and estate planning.

As parents age, they may spend months or more in a long-term care facility. Because of parental support laws, also known as “filial support,” an adult child could be on the hook for unpaid bills deceased parents leave behind. These laws allow long-term care providers to pursue payment from a parent’s adult children in 29 states and Puerto Rico.

Bethel will host Ryan Jensen of Vancouver’s Jensen and Sons and Evan White with OneAmerica’s Care Solutions division to speak on this topic of long term care. They will be joined by Hood River attorney Teunis J. Wyers. The event will begin about 6:30 p.m. and will be preceded by a potluck in the church’s Grace Hyde Room beginning about 5:30. Attendees are under no obligations and all questions are free.

Jensen & Sons is not an affiliate of OneAmerica Securities or AUL and is not a broker dealer or Registered Investment Advisor. For details contact Jim Tindall at: tindallj@embarqmail.com or by calling 509-493-1035.

Long-term care insurance policies are written to cover long-term services and supports, including personal and custodial care in a variety of settings.

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