Bratton Law Life Care Planning
Nowadays, due to healthy lifestyles and advances in medical care, people are living longer than ever. Many people enjoy hiking, biking, and other activities well into their 70s and can live independently far longer than older generations. However, there comes a time for most people when they need to adapt to the realities of an aging body. Bratton law firm can help with life care planning so that you can enjoy today and feel secure in your plan for tomorrow. One of the major aspects of life care planning is creating a legal plan. Working with Bratton law firm, you can create the documents you need to have in place to carry your wishes out. We know that New Jersey estate and elder law care can be complicated, and we are here to help.
Call our office today to schedule your first meeting with Bratton Law’s elder law lawyer and our highly qualified eldercare coordinator. We will talk with you about the components of a Life Care Plan and show you how to start creating one.
For a legal consultation, call 856-857-6007
What is a Life Care Plan?
As people age, they often need support with their basic needs. For some, this may mean moving into an assisted living facility, while others may benefit from live-in nursing. There are as many different arrangements as there are people, which is why you want to work with experts who can help you navigate this complex world. Bratton law firm can help you and your family understand the world of eldercare and make the right choices for you now and as you age. A good life care plan is created to evolve with you and your needs. Fortunately, numerous public benefits are available for the elderly, including Medicare and Medicaid. You have likely been paying into these systems your entire working life, and you deserve to take advantage of them. However, accessing them can be complicated. We will help you and your family protect your assets and gain access to the services you are entitled to.
Who Needs a Life Care Plan & How Can It Benefit Your Family?
Bratton Law’s experienced elder care coordinators can help you create a Life Care Plan for your loved ones if they are facing any of these situations. This will give you peace of mind immediately and as their care needs change.
- The normal effects of aging include depression, forgetfulness and less energy.
- Injuries like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, diabetes, and cancer
- Traumatic injury resulting from an accident or fall
- Conditions that affect someone’s ability think, reason and care for themselves like a stroke, heart attack, or debilitating arthritis
- Permanent disability due to injury or disease that results in mobility problems requiring more care
New Jersey estate and elder law care can be complex; it is wise to consider a life care plan before you need it. If you, your parent, or someone you love is exhibiting some of the common signs of aging, it might be a good time to consider a life care plan. This could include forgetfulness, diseases such as Alzheimer’s, traumatic injuries, permanent disabilities, or a heart attack.
Anything that impacts your ability to reason or care for yourself is a good reason to develop a life care plan. It will help ensure that your family follows your wishes as you age. A life care plan is all about planning for the future. Even if the assistance you need now is minimal, there will come a time – hopefully many years down the road – when you could benefit from more support. Having a life care plan in place means you’ll be able to access that care when you need it.
Learn More about How Life Care Planning Brings Peace of Mind
Bratton Law’s eldercare lawyers and Life Care Planning Team, work together with families to create a Life Care Plan that gives your loved ones the care they deserve. We will also ensure that the assets they have worked so hard to acquire are preserved for those who will benefit from them.
We will always put your best interests ahead of ours, no matter if you live next door to your loved one or across the country. Call our office to find out more about the coordination and client advocacy that you desire.
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