Estate Planning w/ Alzheimer's or Dementia
Every 70 seconds someone in the United States develops
What does a family do when a loved one
is diagnosed with dementia? What steps should the family take, and
when, in order to protect the person who has the disease, protect
his or her spouse, provide for their care now and later, protect
assets from liens and maximize the person's ability to obtain
More importantly, who do you turn to for
NOLAN ELDER LAW, LLC is a law office
that provides answers to families facing the diagnosis of dementia.
NOLAN ELDER LAW, LLC is a niche law practice that does not handle
what other law firms handle. The firm does not handle divorces,
criminal defense, real estate closings, traffic court or any of the
usual "general practice" type of law many lawyers provide. Instead
we limit our work, our attention, to providing creative solutions
for families who are dealing with dementia.
Almost any attorney will tell you that
you will need to review your estate plan when you have been
diagnosed with dementia. Updating estate planning documents is only
the beginning of a comprehensive approach to caring for the client
and his or her family, however. If that is all the attorney can tell
you, perhaps you need another attorney!
Alzheimer's Disease follows a
predictable course. You should too. Do not let time be your enemy.
By the time many people are diagnosed with Alzheimer's, it is too
late for them to execute the legal documents needed to protect
themselves and their families. Your family has suffered a terrible
tragedy. Do not compound the tragedy by losing valuable time,
options and benefits that you might be entitled to. Act today.
our office for a confidential and complimentary consultation. Learn
what your options are. The disease has taken a loved one. Don't let
it take your hope, your security, your options.