Planning for the future goes beyond drafting a will and ensuring your property is distributed as you wish. Some of the most critical decisions you can make actually involve your own personal care in the event of health issues or incapacitation — things that make it hard for you to manage your own health, living and financial needs.
At Injured Workers' Legal Center, we recognize the value of a thoroughly drafted estate plan that is tailored toward elder law concerns. Families end up scrambling to make decisions for their loved ones when thoughtful plans could have been established earlier.
Help For Life's Long-Term Needs
Our experienced attorneys can work with you as an individual concerned for your own future, or as a family member concerned for a loved one. Contact our office to discuss your elder law options during a free telephone consultation.
We handle a wide range of elder law needs for clients throughout Maine and across the United States, including:
- Preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, conservatorships, guardianships and estate administration matters
- Amending existing estate planning documents to reflect your changing needs or those of your loved ones
- Pet Trusts to take care of important family members after your death
- Special needs planning for adults with disabilities
It can be difficult to think of a time when you will not be able to care for yourself, or a time when your loved one will require significant long-term care. Whether you are struggling to make decisions ahead of time, or are in an urgent situation, we can help. Contact us via email or call 800-852-8554 to arrange a free telephone consultation today.