Planning for the elderly and disabled focuses on clients or their dependents who, by reason of age or disability, or both, require specific health care and financial planning. Several future blogs will deal with aspects of this area and planning. For example, durable powers of attorney and durable powers of attorney for health care are particularly important for persons who fall within these definitions. So are revocable trusts which are often used for management of the assets of persons who are unable to manage their own affairs.
By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a New Jersey Elder Care Attorney
Unlike many other tools and techniques, the practice of elder law requires that a lawyer deal with a variety of personal problems and decisions involving the client or his/her dependent. These issues range from health care decisions to who will care for these persons if they are unable to care for themselves, and even where they will live.
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