Elder Law Attorney in Creek County
As you get older, there are many important factors you need to consider. You cannot afford to delay thinking about certain things, such as making a will or planning where you would like to live once you cannot function independently.
When you need to consider factors such as estate planning, long-term care, retirement planning and Social Security, you can count on me to steer you in the right direction. Start planning for your future now.
Questions to Think Through
It is important you make provisions and serious decisions now, so that you do not face any adverse repercussions later. You will have to consider:
- What do I want to leave my grandkids after I am gone?
- What are my thoughts about senior living?
- Who should I appoint to act in my behalf in case I ever become too ill to make my own decisions?
Why meet with an elder law attorney?
While no one enjoys making these decisions, putting them off can be costly. Not planning accordingly can result in a huge headache for your family members or can cause your loved ones to not receive the possessions you would have wanted them to have.
Taking the time to meet with an experienced elder law attorney and discuss the future can greatly benefit you and your family. After you have discussed all of your health, financial and other options with me, you will be surprised the amount of peace of mind you achieve.
With more than 15 years of experience in business management, I am able to think through difficult situations rationally and confidently. By devoting my practice to elder law and estate issues, I can provide you with personalized services. I have a large support team behind me, so you can be confident you will have all of the legal resources you need at your fingertips!
Don't wait until it's too late to start thinking about your physical and financial future; to begin making these decisions and taking the steps that will benefit you and your family, contact me today.