Elder Law FAQ, Part Two

Welcome back. We are here to talk more about Elder Law. Our estate lawyer in Cary is here to offer more questions and answers, just as we did last blog post. If you missed it, visit back soon.

Elder Law FAQ | Estate Lawyer Cary

Adding life care or elder care planning into your original estate plan can help to provide ongoing support and guidance to older adults and their families. This can also offer support to help families respond to the changing challenges of aging, chronic illness and disability.

The goal of elder care planning is to promote and maintain the health, safety, well-being and quality of life of the elder client, whether the client is at home or in a residential facility.

When should I plan?

The sooner, the better. If you are helping a parent or other loved one plan, then it is better to start before a problem arises. He or she can have input into how financial matters should be handled and what type of medical care he or she wants when the time comes.

If you are planning for yourself, you can outline your wishes well before they will need to be implemented. This can also put less stress on your children or loved ones because they will not have to make those decisions on your behalf. For help, contact our estate lawyer in Cary.

How do I approach my aging loved one?

If you have a parent who has reached 65 or older but does not have a plan in place, you may wonder how to talk to them about this important issue. You could approach him or her by saying that you have put an estate plan in place for yourself and think that it is a good idea for anyone who wants a say in how their affairs will be handled.

To learn more, visit back with our next blog post soon.

Klish and Eldreth | Estate Lawyer Cary

Keeping your estate plan up-to-date with changes is important. Meeting with your estate lawyer in Raleigh quarterly, semi-annually, or at least annually might be a good idea. That way, you can ensure that all changes are updated and documented properly, in the event that you have an untimely incapacitation or death.

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 in Raleigh 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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