Maturity is when you stop making excuses and develop your real exit plan
Littleton Elder Law Firm
Elder law deals with the laws affecting the standards of living at the end of life. While estate planning deals with death, Elder Law deals with life. With both professional and personal knowledge and experience in this practice area, we can help you plan for the modern challenges of aging.
The end of life is changing. Modern medicine is keeping us alive longer, which means more people are becoming susceptible to diseases like cancers, dementia, atrophy and bone deterioration, all of which may render us incapable of living without assistance. With skyrocketing assisted living costs ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 per month, our quality of life and our assets are in danger of complete deterioration, leaving us with few choices on how we spend our golden years.
Furthermore, government programs like Medicaid can be incredibly confusing in their language and rules. You may actually be able to qualify for support at a much higher level than you think.
Start planning ahead and come in to speak with us early, before your ability, or your parents’ ability, to execute a will or trust can be called into question due to developments of the aging process. You can always change your mind later, but it is essential to document your desires as soon as possible. We offer a free consultation where we can discuss your goals and needs, and create a plan for how to achieve them.
Yes, you can protect assets and receive support. Let us help you make the best choices available for your future based on facts—not rumor. Contact us today.