Estate Planning Isn’t Just For The Elderly

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It is never too late to make a long-term care plan

On Behalf of | Jun 20, 2019 | Long-term Care Planning

Thanks in large part to advances in science and the benefits of modern medicine, Americans are living longer lives than they have in generations past. While these extra years can be wonderful for lengthening the time that grandparents have with their grandkids and allowing seniors to try new experiences and adventures, it also means that more and more adults are living to ages where they cannot take care of themselves.

Long-term care planning is the term given to what a person should do to ensure that they will be taken care of even if they cannot undertake those responsibilities themselves. New York residents may eventually need in-home care, which can involve having helpers come in to cook, clean and even help them get through their daily tasks like dressing and eating. Others may need more support and may opt to take residence in care or nursing home facilities. While some individuals may have family members who will help them in their efforts as they age, others may have to manage such matters on their own.

The law firm of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano hope that all readers have confidence in the long-term care plans that they have created. For those who have not begun this important legal process, our firm is accepting new clients who are ready to move forward on these and other important issues.

From powers of attorney and guardianship, to long-term care insurance and medical care, long-term care planning involves many financial and legal matters. The attorneys of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano take pride in supporting their clients as they manage this important and often overlooked need.