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Elder Planning Isn't Just For The Elderly

Helping you draft a solid long-term care plan

There are many what ifs in life. So, why not take steps to address some of these? No matter how much we want to deny it, we are all aging. And with age come certain health concerns and conditions. It is possible that a day will come when one can no longer care for him or herself. Whether that means getting in-home care or residing in a nursing home, it is important to have these details clear and in writing.

Long-term care planning may seem like something you should do when you are older; however, it is becoming more and more important to address these matters when one is in their 20s, 30s or 40s. This allows one to look at their situation and decide what is best. At Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP, our law firm is dedicated to helping individuals in the White Plains area.

Our area of expertise is elder law, and our attorneys are very skilled and knowledgeable in these matters. We understand that our New York clients may not know what documents are necessary when it comes to long-term planning; however, we are prepared to go through the main areas of concern. This includes establishing how nursing home care will be paid for, ways to preserve a nest egg, who is able to make medical decisions for you and what will occur if you are deemed mentally incapacitated.

While it is not the easiest matter to address, it is certainly s a vital one. By establishing a long-term care plan, you are not only protecting yourself but also your loved ones. To learn more, check out our law firm’s long-term care planning website. Whether you want to learn more, are in the middle of the process or seek to modify a current plan in place, it is important to become informed and explore your options.


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