Questions To Ask When Considering A Legal Consult

When considering working with an Elder law attorney, it is helpful to consider the following questions:

  1. Will my loved ones know what to do if I become unable to manage my own affairs or make decisions about my health?
  2. Will my loved ones have the authority to act on my behalf in the event that I am unable to?
  3. If I need additional care, what services and resources are available to me?
  4. As a veteran, what supplemental benefits am I entitled to?
  5. How can I be sure my loved ones are cared for when I pass away?
  6. I have a loved one who has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia. What actions should I take to ensure their interests and wishes are protected?

If you you have any questions like those above, please reach out to us using the form to the right. Please include the basic facts of your situation, as well as the best way to contact you.

Please note that this form does not create an attorney-client relationship. Once we discuss your situation, an attorney-client relationship will be formed when we decide to resolve your concerns together and an agreement is signed.

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