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Elder Law

Lawyers who specialize in Elder Law focus on the legal issues and concerns that a person deals with as he, she or a family member ages. In many respects, elder law is a subset of estate planning, and an elder law lawyer can help to set up wills, trusts and powers of attorney, just as an estate planning lawyer would. What sets elder law apart is the focus of these legal documents, all of which will address specifically how to protect, preserve and distribute assets for eventual, age-related issues, like disability, benefits planning (like Medicaid), abuse, and medical and end-of-life decisions. In fact, many estate planning lawyers also specialize in elder law.

When should I consult an Elder Law attorney?

Can an Elder Law attorney help with an application for Medicaid?

What if a family member is suffering from Alzheimer’s or other incapacitating disease, and neither he/she nor we can care for him or her?

What can an Elder Law attorney do for me?

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