Elder Law | Don’t Stress and Be Prepared

Elder Law | Life is stressful. Life is full of unexpected events. And as people age, concerns about health, healthcare, and what will happen to their assets when they are gone, can be overwhelming. But with the help of an elder law attorney and some planning, the senior years do not need to be a source of stress.
 
Aging can bring a decline in health. However, to prepare for any health issues that may arise, an attorney can help by reviewing and helping determine eligibility for benefits such as Medicare, Medicaid, and VA benefits. Each benefit has its own set of guidelines and can help cover healthcare costs. Utilizing all available benefits could save thousands of dollars in out of pocket expenses.
 
Advance directives, such as a living will, let loved ones know an individual’s wishes for treatment ahead of time and take the guesswork out of the decision making for family members should a serious health issue occur. An elder law attorney can review all of the available options and prepare the necessary documents.
 
There are also decisions that can be made with regard to estate planning that can ease the stress of the golden years. Every situation is unique and should be reviewed with an attorney to determine the best course of action to protect assets and guarantee that debts are paid and that real and personal property are passed down to the intended recipients. Wills and trusts are two instruments that can be used for this purpose.
 
Once these decisions are made and put in writing, there is no longer a need to worry about them. Life can bring unexpected events, but, with a bit of planning, there is no need to stress. Contact an elder law attorney and help make your senior years as stress-free as possible.
Don’t wait! We can assist you with all of your elder law legal needs. Call to schedule an appointment with one of the top estate planning attorneys Tampa has to offer! Tampa office at 813-367-1500 or send us your questions online.
 

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