Despite its name, elder law is not just planning for the elderly. Elder law includes planning for your long-term care needs or those of a loved one during incapacity. This can affect anyone at any time. Whether you are planning for the needs of your adult child with a disability, your aging parents or your own future care, there are tools to help ease the burden.
Depending on your unique circumstances, you or your family may benefit from something as simple as a long-term care policy, comprehensive power of attorney and advance directive, or more advanced planning to avoid a penalty period of Medicaid ineligibility and preserve assets. At ALLY Legal Planning, we will listen to your concerns so we can help you develop a plan to give you peace of mind regarding your future. Schedule your FREE consultation today.