As a senior, you may at some point be faced with situations when you need assistance with handling your affairs. If you are hospitalized or incapacitated, who will pay your bills and manage your finances? Who will make your healthcare decisions if you can’t? Having a Power of Attorney allows you to make these choices,…

Elder attorneys focus on areas like estate planning, power of attorney, and long-term care for seniors. They help with wills, trusts, guardianship, legal incapacity, living wills, public benefits planning (Medicare, Medicaid, SSI and SSDI), and insurance. Knowing how these matters impact taxes is also critical to their services. It can be difficult to find an elder…

Estate Planning: 3 Legal Documents Your Elderly Parents Need Estate Planning can be a tough subject to discuss with your parents as it focuses around a time when they could be in a hospital or nursing home and unable to make decisions for themselves or have passed away. However having these estate planning documents in…