Elder Law in Utah
Elder Law comprises a number of law related areas specifically focused on the elderly and aging. These areas may include health and personal care planning, pre-mortaem legal planning (wills and trust documents), legal capacity counseling, public benefits advice, special needs counseling, insurance advice, redident rights advocacy (nursing homes and long term care facilities), housing counseling, employment and retirment advice, income, estate and gift tax advice, and litigatind and administrative advocacy.
When should I consider meeting with an Elder Law attorney?
1. When you contemplate retirement.
2. When a relative is elderly and needs representation.
3. Any time you need an explanation of information that is critical for any senior and their family.
Every situation is unique and I can help you identify issues and concerns to plan for retirement, care, and litigation if needed.