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Elder law is a subcategory of estate planning. Our Elder law lawyers assist in planning for retiree benefits, long-term care, Medicaid and Medicare coverage, home health care, and wills. Our offices in Brooklyn and Queens make it easier to handle all your Elder Law needs.
Before the age of retirement or by 60 the planning stages should have begun. The sooner the better, because of certain benefits and legal requirements there are risks to waiting until later ages.
In the early stages it is necessary to enumerate assets and benefits. Documenting all property, savings and investments, expected health care costs, and a number of other factors should be considered. Special care should also be given to what family or loved ones you wish to be the beneficiary of your assets.
For a disabled child there may be a need to set up a Special Needs Trust to ensure they will continue receiving benefits. Is it also vital to consider who you wish to be the legal guardian of dependent or disabled minors.
There are various options depending on each individual’s citation and the size of the assets. By creating a will or setting up a trust are just 2 ways your assets can be secured. By appointing someone you trust to be in charge of your estate you can have peace of mind that things will be handled in an organized manner, while minimizing costs.
Our elder law attorneys in NYC will discuss with you the options for life support, Being an organ donor, medical power of attorney, advanced directives, and funeral arrangements. Setting up legal instructions for end of life care is essential for peace of mind.
The Law Offices Of Roman Aminov can help you with elder law issues including planning your future health care and nursing. Roman Aminov is an Elder Law attorney in Queens, NY who has been awarded an AVVO perfect 10 Superb Rating and is recognized as a “Super Lawyer”. Senior citizens or those concerned about their golden years should sit and think about potential legal issues they may have with things like elder medicaid qualifications, life insurance, estate taxes, and guardianships. If you are unaware of what you need to even think about then it’s time to reach out to an attorney today. A free consultation with an elder law attorney to review your current financial, familial, and health situation is the first step towards gaining clarity in understanding who will watch over your minor children, how you will be buried, and how your assets will be distributed after your passing.