Elder Law Issues Affect the Whole Family.
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- You or your loved one suffers from a major health care crisis: where will you find the resources to provide long term medical care without leaving your family destitute?
- You served this country with honor, but you are now trapped in the red tape of the Veterans claims process. What will you do if your claim for benefits drags on for years, or is denied altogether?
- You want to spend your remaining years at home or in your community rather than in a nursing home. Do you have a plan for this? Options?
- You own land, a business, antiques, collectibles, or items of sentimental value to you. You may become ill or incapacitated and no longer able to enjoy them. Do you have a plan to divide or preserve this property, for your own peace of mind?
- Your family depends on you; if something happens to you, or if your family is divided by domestic disharmony or accusations of wrongdoing, how will you handle it?
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