What is an elder law attorney?

As mature Americans, we and our families face emotional, financial and legal challenges as we find ourselves coming to grips with—

• Medicaid / Title XIX issues
• Living wills and testamentary wills
• Durable powers of attorney
• Trusts and estate planning
• In-home and nursing home costs and other related issues.

Simply, we are concerned about our future, our children's future, or both.

The news is full of grim warnings — Medicaid cuts, reduced Social Security benefits, soaring health-care costs, runaway inflation, a weaker dollar, added taxes and more — which threaten our futures, our health, our very lives, as we, or our parents, reach the "golden years".

These challenges, if not understood and acted on in time, may threaten everything we own or hope for.

This places a heavy burden on individuals and family members who want to assure continued quality-of-life for those they care about. They need caring help and support in their corner.

Protecting their future, and assuring what will become of a lifetime's hard work and savings, calls for up-to-date knowledge of complex areas of the law. Look for proven experience, the patience and skill to listen well, and to explain complicated issues clearly, calmingly and in plain terms.

Care to bring understanding and peace-of-mind to each client, with consideration for the feelings of family members, are further essential traits to consider when you choose an elder law professional.

You'll find all this and more in our warm and friendly environment that feels more like the home of a friend than the office of a lawyer.

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117 Tunxis Hill Road, Fairfield, CT 06825

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What is an elder law attorney?

What is an elder law attorney?

As mature Americans, we and our families face emotional, financial and legal challenges as we find ourselves coming to grips with—

Medicaid / Title XIX issues
Living wills and testamentary wills
Durable powers of attorney
Trusts and estate planning
In-home and nursing home costs and other related issues.

Simply, we are concerned about our future, our children's future, or both.

The news is full of grim warnings — Medicaid cuts, reduced Social Security benefits, soaring health-care costs, runaway inflation, a weaker dollar, added taxes and morewhich threaten our futures, our health, our very lives, as we, or our parents, reach the "golden years".

These challenges, if not understood and acted on in time, may threaten everything we own or hope for.

This places a heavy burden on individuals and family members who want to assure continued quality-of-life for those they care about. They need caring help and support in their corner.

Protecting their future, and assuring what will become of a lifetime's hard work and savings, calls for up-to-date knowledge of complex areas of the law. Look for proven experience, the patience and skill to listen well, and to explain complicated issues clearly, calmingly and in plain terms.

Care to bring understanding and peace-of-mind to each client, with consideration for the feelings of family members, are further essential traits to consider when you choose an elder law professional.

You'll find all this and more in our warm and friendly environment that feels more like the home of a friend than the office of a lawyer.


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117 Tunxis Hill Road, Fairfield, CT 06825

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