An elder law attorney provides help not just to seniors, but also to young people as well. The job of an elder law attorney is to give you the advice and tools you need to make plans for the future. Because seniors are often the demographic group most concerned with planning for end of life issues, elder law is often associated with older people – and this field of law gets its name based on the fact so many seniors are interested in the services that an elder law attorney provides. However, people of all ages– especially young families– should talk with The Law Office of Michael Robinson, P.C. to find out how an elder law attorney can offer personalized help.
Talking with an elder law attorney about your specific situation is the best way to put your plans in place to keep yourself, your assets, and your family secure. You can also review some answers to frequently asked questions here to find out more about the services an elder law attorney provides and to find out about the steps that you should take to be prepared for uncertainty in your future.
Do you need an elder law attorney?
What questions should you ask an elder law attorney?
Does the nursing home get half of my assets?
Should only the elderly create wills and trusts?
What are some common elder law myths?
To find out more about the many ways an experienced attorney in the elder law field can help you, join us for a free seminar. You can also give us a call at (585) 546-1734 or contact us online to get the type of personalized help and support you need to put a plan in place that you feel confident about. Give us a call today to find out how we can help.