A nursing home attorney is an invaluable advocate as you make plans to get nursing home care for yourself or for a loved one. An [Read more…] The post What Does Custodial Care Mean and Why Does it Matter? appeared first on Mark S. Eghrari & Associates PLLC.
A trust attorney can provide invaluable help if you want to use trusts to achieve your asset protection goals or if you want to use [Read more…] The post Do You Need a Trust Attorney to Make a Trust? appeared first on Mark S. Eghrari & Associates PLLC.
A Smithtown nursing home attorney can provide assistance to people who require nursing home care as a result of age, injury, or disability. According to [Read more…] The post Are There Alternatives to Nursing Home Care? appeared first on Mark S. Eghrari & Associates PLLC.
A Long Island estate planning attorney should be consulted if you want to update your last will and testament. There are many reasons why you [Read more…] The post Do You Need an Estate Planning Attorney to Update Your Will? appeared first on Mark S. Eghrari & Associates PLLC.
A Hauppauge estate planning attorney can help you to determine if you need a last will and testament. Many people do not believe they need [Read more…] The post Do You Need a Last Will and Testament? appeared first on Mark S. Eghrari & Associates PLLC.
A power of attorney is a legal instrument that is used to name someone else to act on your behalf. Our firm is focused on estate planning and elder law matters. Within our realm of the law, durable powers of attorney are often utilized. You would use a durable power of attorney to name someone to act on your behalf in the event of your incapacitation. This could seem like an unnecessary step to take, but when you look at the facts, you see that incapacity is quite common among elders. There are many different underlying causes of incapacity as we all know, but Alzheimer s disease alone is enough to get you to stand up and take notice. The Alzheimer s Association tells us that around 45 percent of people who are at least 85 have the disease. Alzheimer s causes dementia, and people with dementia are typically going to become unable to handle their own affairs at some point in time. If you are thinking that it is unlikely that you will live into your eighties, according to the Social Sec