Elder law is a focus of law that provides legal planning for senior citizens or people with special healthcare needs such as Alzheimer’s disease. As people grow older, they will need to plan for medical and financial matters that they may not be able to deal with as they age. Planning ahead can ensure that their needs will be met. Some people help plan for their parents or other aging loved ones, and others may make plans for themselves.
Elder Law FAQ| Estate Lawyer in Cary NC
In either case, there are many questions involving elder care. At Klish and Eldreth our estate lawyer in Cary NC can help you with your planning needs. Take a look at our handy FAQ, which we have divided into two parts, and then give us a call to learn more or to ask questions we may not have covered.
Do I need an elder care attorney?
No one likes to think about getting older, but it is not something we can’t stop from happening. Rather than avoiding the thought of getting older or seeing a loved one age, accept that it is a part of life. Elder care law can help give you peace of mind knowing that you or your loved one’s legal affairs are in order.
What does this branch of law cover?
Elder law covers estate planning, issues relating to medical care, assisted living, nursing homes, and long term care. It can also cover guardianship, Medicare and Medicaid, power of attorney, healthcare directives, Social Security benefits and disability.
An elder law attorney will be able to help you see if you or your loved one qualifies for programs such as Medicaid and assisted living, long term care insurance and veteran’s benefits.
Check back to see more of your questions about elder law answered in the second part of these series.
Call Klish and Eldreth today to make an appointment with our elder law attorney. We can serve you and your family in our convenient location. Also, our estate lawyer in Cary NC is ready to help you with your New Year’s estate planning resolutions. Give us a call today.
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Remember, if you don’t have an estate plan in place or haven’t reviewed yours in several years, now might be the best time to start. Our estate lawyer is here to help you get your estate planning in order and ready should you pass in an untimely manner or become incapacitated at some point. It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to an estate plan. Contact our office.
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