Elder law is an umbrella term that refers to legal matters commonly encountered as we advance in age, enter retirement, or address disabling health conditions. As such, “elder law” may refer to:
- Planning to ensure eligibility for public benefits such as Medicaid;
- Planning for preservation of assets;
- Guardianships and alternatives to guardianships;
- Planning for disabilities such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other deteriorating mental health conditions;
- Estate planning and administration of trusts;
- Probate and administration of estates;
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- Medical directives; and
- Planning to care for individuals with special needs.
We understand you are coping with a family crisis while making time to plan and provide for your loved ones to guarantee your legacy for future generations. In any event, we encourage you to contact us and learn how our attorneys are bringing real care and thoughtfulness to advising individuals of advanced age, and their families, in elder law matters.
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