- - Wills and Trusts
- - Living Wills
- - Power of Attorney
- - Estate and Probate Administration
- - Will Contests
- - Guardianship – Alzheimer’s and Dementia-Related Illnesses
- - Special Needs Trusts
- - Housing
- - Medical Care, Insurance, and Government Benefits
- - Long-Term Care
- - Special Concerns for Gay and Lesbian Couples
An attorney working with the elderly must be willing to work with their families, financial advisors, and medical professionals, to ensure a continuity of care and protection. It is a challenge, but one that is immeasurably rewarding.
You can help your parents by making sure they have current estate planning documents prepared, including financial and medical powers of attorney.