As you approach and enter your golden years, there are a number of legal and financial issues that will need to be addressed to help ensure your stability and wellbeing. The key to maintaining quality of life after 65 does not lie with having millions of dollars in the bank, although that would certainly help. Careful planning can maximize whatever resources and assets you have without jeopardizing your right to government benefits. You can also clearly define your wishes regarding medical treatment, end-of-life care, and the distribution of your property when you pass on.
With myriad issues to consider, the effects of which may significantly impact you and your family, you want to be certain that your interests are fully protected. Elder law is a crucial part of our legal practice at DiPietro Law Group, PLLC. In addition to comprehensive estate planning, we offer services specifically tailored to seniors and their families, such as financial planning for long-term care, establishing healthcare directives, appointing a guardian, and so much more. Each service is tailored to your unique needs.
To learn more, call a Friendship Heights elder law attorney or contact us online.
Our Elder Law Services at DiPietro Law Group, PLLC
Our lawyers are here to educate you, protect your legal rights, and preserve your wealth and wishes. Our elder law services include:
- Drafting, reviewing, and revising a Last Will and Testament
- Establishing one or more trusts to protect assets and provide for loved ones
- Creating healthcare directives, Powers of Attorney, and guardianships
- Planning for long-term care, such as a nursing home or assisted living facility
- Planning for healthcare benefits, such as Medicare, Veterans programs, and more
- Tax planning and mitigation
After retirement and beyond, there are a number of legal tools at your disposal to protect your assets and ensure your wishes are carried out. Our Friendship Heights elder lawyers are here to use these to the fullest extent so you can maintain control of your future.
Call us today for a confidential consultation and learn more about our elder law services.