Elder Law

You may be one of our communities senior citizens who’s provided us with so much to build on, carrying a wealth of knowledge that we can utilize in our everyday lives. You may also have a big family who wants to make sure that your wishes are respected when you cannot say what it is that you think is best. Sometimes memorializing your wishes in a will, a power of attorney, an advanced directive, or other necessary documentation can speak for you when you don’t have the ability to speak for yourself. Click on the common elder law issues below and see if Megan can help you prepare your life for the next step.

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