INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT? What Can a Personal INJURY Attorney Do FOR ME?
Hiring an attorney shows the insurance company that you are serious about your claim and that they will not take advantage of you.
What is the difference between an Estate Planning Attorney and an Elder Law Attorney?
While our lawyers are well versed and experienced in handling estate planning matters as well as elder law matters, both areas are comprised of different aspects. An Estate Plan is something that is prepared and has directives that are ultimately carried out at the time of the person’s death. Alternatively, an Elder Law Attorney prepares a comprehensive plan for the client to take place during the life of the client.
Elder Law and Special Needs Planning
Our firm’s Elder Law and Special Needs Planning Attorneys assists clients with the aging process and planning for future needs. Planning for disability, future medical care, nursing care, and nursing home placement are only some of the items that an Elder Law Attorney can handle. Additionally, assisting with long-term care insurance and other insurance options are other areas of specialty that our lawyers perform for clients. The hiring of an attorney to handle these matters allows you to age gracefully and truly enjoy your golden years.
Be sure to contact our Elder Law and Special Needs Planning Lawyers today for a consultation.
When a person is unable to handle his or her own affairs, a guardianship is a legal tool that allows a trusted third party to oversee the management of certain matters. If a person become incapacitated, suffers from an illness that negatively affects decision making, or is simply a child and under the age of 18, then he or she could be eligible for a guardianship. Under mostly every circumstance, only a judge has the power to appoint a guardian. And once that guardian has been appointed, he or she is tasked with the responsibility of making decisions that are in the best interest of the incapacitated person or minor child.
Being that formal legal documents must be prepared and filed in court, our firm’s attorneys ensures that this process is performed in a cost effective and efficient manner.
What can an Elder Law and Estate Planning Lawyer do for me?
Consulting with one of our attorneys about your future and your family’s future is always a smart decision. The last situation you want to be involved in is a dispute surrounding apportionment of assets or beneficiary funds that are rightfully yours. Waiting until that time comes is an easy way to invite unwanted stress and aggravation. No matter what your budget is, our Elder Law and Estate Planning lawyers are willing to work with you to set up a well thought out plan for your future. Don’t delay. Call us today!
For all of our Elder Law and Estate Planning Clients, we offer a free consultation. We Serve Clients Throughout the Entire State of Florida!