Thanks to the wonders of modern medicine, more people are living longer than they did a century ago. However, an aging population means that at some point each of us may be called upon to care for or manage the affairs of an older family member. This is a legally and emotionally complex issue an increasing number of families and individuals currently face. If you or your family are dealing with these challenges—or expect to be dealing with them in the future—East Longmeadow’s David G. Carlson, Attorney at Law can help. We have more than 30 years’ experience in all aspects of elder law including:
Now is the time to consider signing a power of attorney, completing an advanced medical directive and applying for Medicaid. Becoming incapacitated without having appointed a power of attorney or creating an advanced medical directive may result in the court appointing a conservator or guardian. You can live confidently in the present by proactively planning your future and making sure you are taken care of when unexpected circumstances arise. We are proficient at identifying and anticipating short and long-term solutions to health care issues. Massachusetts elder law and estate planning attorney David G. Carlson has worked with numerous senior citizens and assisted them with the following:
Although it is difficult to think about, planning for death and incapacity can save you and the ones you love from further complications down the road. Having an attorney help you plan for these issues allows you to have peace of mind knowing you and the ones you care about are protected. Contact the East Longmeadow office of David G. Carlson, Attorney at Law today and get the security and protection you deserve.