Elder law deals with the issues faced by the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, the elderly. This area of law includes planning for long term care, special needs, Estate Planning (Wills & Trusts), and Trust and Probate Administration.

Seniors today are more active and live longer than ever before, which means they face a variety of new issues not addressed by earlier generations. Individuals have always needed a Will and other estate planning strategies to pass their assets to their beneficiaries.

Now that seniors are living longer, there are more issues about their care that have to be included in estate planning, such as plans for housing, future medical care, and what to do if the person is in need of care and has become incapable of making their own decisions.

Our goal is to ensure that you or your loved one receives the best care possible, addressing all legal and financial concerns. We work together with clients to develop a plan that will appoint people to act on your behalf if you are unable to make your own decisions, provide quick and easy distributions of assets, and provide you peace of mind knowing that you have protected yourself and your loved ones.