Nobody wants to grow old but until we come up with a solution for this problem, it is a necessary part of life. Also, when it comes to estate planning for the elderly population, many aging Florida residents wonder if they have created an estate plan sufficient to finance the cost of future medical care while preserving an inheritance for their loved ones.
A lot of people looking to plan their estate to include long term care planning (i.e., planning that will help individuals pay for nursing home fees, at home health care and other costs) will be advised to get in touch with an elder law attorney. Elder law generally refers to the representation of people as they age. Elder law attorneys help people handle the unique problems faced by the aging population. The elder law attorneys at the Law Offices of Mitchell I. Kitroser, P.A., are intimately familiar with these concerns and we know how to help people prepare for potential contingencies in this regard.
Problems faced by the aging population might include the question of guardianship for an individual who has lost his or her mental and/or physical capacities to make decisions for him or herself. Estate planning, Medicaid planning and protecting the elderly population from being exploited by the people around them are also primary concerns that elder law attorneys can adeptly plan ahead for.
The Law Offices of Mitchell I. Kitroser, P.A., is dedicated to helping elderly individuals and their children resolve whatever legal and/or estate planning problems they face. Indeed, even if the issue falls outside of our expertise, we will make it our mission to assist you in finding a trustworthy attorney who is more suited to your needs.
Source: Mitchell Kitroser