According to a Caring.com survey, only 44% of U.S. adults aged 55 years and above currently have an estate plan. As you grow older, getting your affairs in order involves putting a strategic end-of-life plan in place to protect your assets, investments, and future generations. Elder law is concerned with caring for our aging loved ones, seniors, and preserving their property.
If you are thinking about elder care or you need proper guidance drafting your estate plan, consulting with an experienced elder law attorney is crucial. At The Law Office of Gregory L. Williams, I am committed to offering comprehensive legal guidance and advocacy to individuals and families in elder law-related matters, including estate planning, advance directives, long-term care, and guardianships. I'm available to discuss your situation and determine the ideal plan that best fits your end-of-life goals.
My firm, The Law Office of Gregory L. Williams, proudly represents clients in Columbus, Ohio, and throughout Central Ohio. Call me today to schedule a consultation.
Understanding Elder Law
Elder law is an aspect of the law that deals with various legal matters affecting older adults, their family members, relatives, and caretakers. The purpose of elder law is to help seniors prepare for financial security and autonomy, and guide families through important decisions that concern their elderly loved ones.
An elder law attorney can advocate for older adults and their loved ones, and represent seniors in a broad spectrum of elder law matters, including estate planning, health care, Medicare/Medicaid, guardianships, and more.