Elder Law Attorneys

Taking Care of Others

Caring for a loved one can be incredibly hard.

There are some steps that you can take now before they become incapaciated, and then other steps that you may have to take later.

Before your loved-one loses capacity you can:

If your child has special needs, then:

Next, it is important to make sure that others are not taking advantage of your loved one.

Finally, when a loved-one passes away, you may be responsible for taking their estate through probate or administering their trust.

We care about your ability to care for your loved ones and are here to help you.

Please call (503) 641-6262 for your complimentary consultation.

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