Elder Law

The special legal problems that come with aging call for an experienced advocate who knows the wide variety of issues that come up for elders and can help make the right arrangement to handle all problems which may be foreseeable.  This often includes preparation of wills, trusts, power-of-attorney documents, designation of health care representative documents, but also advice about various government entitlement programs and what those may provide and entail for seniors.

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