Elder Law: Planning For Whatever Life Brings
Planning for the future is a big part of life. None of us like to imagine a future without us in it, which is why so many Americans procrastinate when it comes to estate planning. It’s also unpleasant to imagine the “what if” scenarios of advanced age, so we also tend to avoid contingency planning for end-of-life care, incapacity and other important decisions. Long-term care is needed by many senior citizens, but Medicare and standard health insurance will not pay for it. Through our elder law practice, we can help protect your assets by making a long-term care plan.
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The topics mentioned above are all part of elder law. And while these decisions can be difficult, facing them now is perhaps the most responsible course of action you can take for yourself and your loved ones. Some hard work right now can spare your family a lot of heartaches and headaches later on.
Offering Comprehensive Elder Law Services
At Webster & Dubs, P.C., we are ready to guide you through all of the important financial, medical and legal decisions you will need to make in preparation for your retirement years and beyond. This includes advice, services and representation in matters related to:
- Estate planning, including wills and trusts
- Designating power of attorney and health care proxy
- Drafting a living will
- Long-term care planning
- Medicaid planning and other insurance issues
Our skilled attorneys also work with families who need to care for aging or incapacitated loved ones. We can help you seek guardianship, for instance, or create a special needs trust.
No matter what legal assistance you may need, you can expect personalized attention and a collaborative approach. We take the time to listen to your needs and goals, and we work with you to meet them in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Contact Us To Learn More About Our Elder Law Services
Webster & Dubs, P.C., is located in Buffalo, New York, and serves clients throughout western New York. To schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, call us at 716-259-1029, or send us an email. Daniel Webster spent nearly a decade at Center for Elder Law & Justice prior to co-founding Webster & Dubs, P.C., with Joshua Dubs.