The area of elder law encompasses more than just conventional estate planning. It includes matters such as guardianship, navigating through the Medicaid maze, power of attorney needs, health care planning, efforts to maximize the use of all available government benefits, and so much more.
Through modern science and better health care, our lives have been prolonged. On average, we have more time to enjoy with our loved ones. At the same time, however, how we enter and manage our post-retirement years has never been more vital a question. Some of these concerns do not require the help of an attorney, but some of them may. If a lawyer can provide a complimentary initial assessment of your needs, then that may help you better achieve your goals while mitigating some of the costs.
How can Abessi Law Help?
Abessi Law can provide with a variety of services in the area of elder law, including:
Conventional estate planning
Durable power of attorney
Living will and health care proxy
The Firm may also provide litigation support (e.g., elder abuse, fraud) for established clients and where it believes it can provide competent representation. It may alternatively refer existing clients to a firm within its network that specializes in the matter in question.