Are you or a loved one concerned about planning for challenges such as long-term care? You've probably heard stories of seniors whose medical bills exhausted the money they had put aside for inheritances and more. Perhaps you are concerned about squabbles between beneficiaries or excessive taxation of your life savings that you have carefully set aside specifically for your golden years.
Maybe your thoughts have run to medical issues. Are you unsure what a living will is and if you want one? How about giving a spouse or child a power of attorney in the case you are incapacitated?
Elder law is the legal practice of counseling and representing seniors and their families concerning the legal aspects of long-term care planning, estate planning, public benefits, asset protection and legal capacity.
As elder law attorneys, we know the issues of concern that arise with respect to:
You need legal services in the form of drafting trusts and implementing protection measures, but you probably also would benefit from resources. As Pennsylvania lawyers with 50 years of experience in the area, we can connect you with the professional and non-legal resources and public services you need.
Once you've established a working relationship with an elder law attorney here at Coyne & Coyne, you have access to a knowledgeable lawyer ready to counsel you on a host of topics. We're here to help you with any and all of the following:
We're here to advise, and we're also here to work beside you in times of preparation and transition. Our commitment to you is this: we will honor your hard work to ensure your assets are protected and that you are well-advised of all your options.
Ready to establish a relationship with a law firm with 50 years of experience? Give us a call at (717) 737-0464 or contact us through our online contact form to schedule an appointment today.
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