Bratton Law Group
18 Kings Hwy W,
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
Open: Mon – Fri 8.30AM-5PM
VXW7+69 Haddonfield, New Jersey
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Haddonfield Estate Planning & Elder Law Lawyer
Estate planning and elder law are important aspects of protecting ourselves in the long-term as we grow older. There are a host of issues, from the management of your estate to quality of life issues, that should not be neglected. While these are not services with which just any attorney has familiarity, the lawyers at the Bratton Law Group are experienced in all aspects of elder law. Our Haddonfield estate planning & elder law lawyers can help with a wide variety of elder law issues, including:
- Long-term estate planning
- Estate management/administration
- Estate litigation
- Life care planning
- Medicaid planning
- Assisting with tax law matters
You have worked hard to get to where you are today. At the Bratton Law Group, our team is dedicated to helping you preserve your assets, ensure that your assets and estate are managed according to your wishes, and take steps to improve your quality of life in your later years.
If you would like our assistance with any estate planning or elder law issues, call out Haddonfield office location at (856) 292-8157. You can also reach us by filling out the form on our contact page and a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible. Our Haddonfield elder law and estate planning attorneys are available for a consultation to learn more about how we can assist you and your family.
Understanding Estate Planning
Estate planning has a wide variety of aspects and can be incredibly complex, which is why you need an attorney in Haddonfield who has experience in these matters. The end goal is to preserve your wealth and assets, organize items like your will and other important documents, and prepare for any retirement-age issues that may arise (such as healthcare matters). Proper estate planning can help you avoid serious complications and headaches in the years in which you should be relaxing as your well-earned reward for a life well lived.
Some of the matters that might be included in your estate planning initiative include:
- Setting up conservatorships or guardianships in case you suffer debilitating illness
- Writing your will
- Creating trust(s) for your relatives
- Creating a living trust
- Planning for your taxes in retirement (elder tax law)
- Setting up Social Security benefits for you
- Assisting with Veteran’s Benefits
Elder Law and Life Care Planning
As we age, we often experience health problems that were much rarer when we were young. Part of an elder law attorney’s job is to help you set up appropriate life care plans to shield you from risk as you enter retirement age and beyond. With help from our elder care coordinators, we can create life care plans that are unique to your specific needs.
For example, some elders may need round-the-clock assistance for daily activities, making a live-in nurse or residence in a nursing facility an attractive choice. Others may only require daily or weekly visits from specialists to assist with issues like diminished mobility, inability to drive and run errands, etc.
A life care plan should be well thought-out, addressing many contingencies and providing room to grow and evolve as your life circumstances change. Our experienced elder law attorneys in Haddonfield know the intricacies of the law, understand the challenges that you face, and have worked with clients just like you for years. We can help you create appropriate plans to improve and maintain your quality of life even when life seems most uncertain.
What to Look for In an Attorney
Choosing the right lawyer for your elder law or estate planning needs is an important decision, since these matters will follow you throughout your later years. You want to ensure that the law firm you choose has the experience to provide you with high-quality service while also having a team that is personable, friendly, and compassionate.
For a legal consultation with a estate planning & elder law lawyer in Haddonfield, call 856-857-6007
When you meet with your prospective attorney, ask them about their case history. Elder law is complex, but it is a growing trend as law firms find more elderly clientele, according to the American Bar Association. You want an attorney and law firm that has a rich history of providing services to clients — not one that is simply jumping on the bandwagon.
Haddonfield Estate Planning & Elder Law Lawyer 856-857-6007
You also need to ask your attorney about the number of cases they are currently handling. While it is common for an elder law lawyer to work on several cases at once, attorneys with too many cases on their plates may be unable to provide you with the care you truly need. At the Bratton Law Group, we provide each client with personalized attention so that we can meet and exceed your expectations.
Your Comfort Level
Elder law deals with a lot of very personal issues: medical care, disability, income and asset levels, tax law matters, etc. When selecting the right Haddonfield estate planning and elder law attorney, you want to make sure you are comfortable sharing that kind of information with them. Bratton Law Group prides itself on serving clients with skill, compassion, and friendliness. Your desires become our desires. Your case becomes our case.
Speak with a Haddonfield Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney
Bratton Law Group assists clients in Haddonfield with all estate planning and elder law matters. Our attorneys are ready and willing to listen to your case and learn about the ways we can help you achieve your goals.
To schedule a consultation with our Haddonfield estate planning and elder law lawyers, fill out the form on our contact page and a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible. You can also call our Haddonfield office directly at (856) 292-8157. Let’s join together to think about your interests in the long-term!
Haddonfield Practice Areas
- Elder Law
- Estate Administration
- Estate Litigation
- Estate Planning
- Life Care Planning
- Medicaid Planning