Add or revise coverage for disability income replacement or long-term care


Life’s Financial Journeys

Heading Off to College
Getting Out on Your Own
Blending Two Lives
Having a Child
Emptying the Nest
Entering Retirement
Divorce
Death of a Life Partner
Military Life


Many divorced people find themselves solely responsible for their own financial support. This increases the possibility that an illness or injury will mean a severe reduction in your income.

Disability income insurance can help protect you. Likewise, you are now responsible for your own care should you need to go into a nursing home or rehab facility. Long-term care insurance can help cover such costs.

The following resources may assist you in adding or revising coverage for disability income replacement or long-term care:

Disability Income Insurance Need Worksheet

Protecting Your Financial Future With Disability Insurance

Consumer Guide to Disability Income Insurance

Guide to Disability Income Insurance

Guide to Long-term Care

Guide to Long-term Care Insurance


Divorce Tasks

1. Dividing assets and debts
2. Revising your spending plan
3. Managing your health care plan
4. Managing continuing financial arrangements with an ex-spouse
5. Protecting your loved ones financially if you were to die

Managing your health care plan Subtasks

1. Check into maintaining your previous health care plan
2. If necessary, obtain a new health care plan
3. Add or revise coverage for disability income replacement or long-term care

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