Are you searching for an elder law attorney in Milwaukee and the surrounding areas? Then your search may be over. Collins Law Firm has years of combined experience in many practice areas of law including elder law. With our location in Wauwatosa, we are also uniquely positioned to serve Milwaukee and many of the surrounding suburbs and communities. Learn how our elder law experience can help you and more right here.
How is Elder Law Different?
There are hundreds of different practice areas that lawyers can practice within, some of them can be pretty niche, but elder law is applicable to nearly anyone. What makes elder law different from other practice areas is the sensitive nature of it.
Much of elder law deals with managing end of life, but the idea is to get it all set up well before you need it. As you can imagine though, many lawyers may not have the respect to approach such matters with tact.
What Can an Experienced Elder Law Attorney do For You?
Elder law typically encompasses three things estate planning, healthcare planning, and power of attorney. At Collins Law Firm, we can help with all three. Let’s go into a little more detail.
- Estate Planning—This sounds fancy but it’s a broad term that refers to any documents that detail how your assets will be distributed upon your death. A will is the most basic form of estate planning. Beyond that, we can also help you create a living trust, which is a little more complicated but can make the process quicker and easier for your benefactors in Wisconsin.
Read More: Difference Between Will and Trust
- Healthcare Planning—Do you need assistance enrolling in Medicare or finding and establishing long-term care? A lawyer can help ensure that you get the benefits you need and deserve.
- Power of Attorney—There are many forms of power of attorney including both health care power of attorney and a durable power of attorney. The proper power of attorney documents will ensure that the right people can take action for you when it comes to important healthcare and financial decisions when you become incapacitated.
Read More: How to Set Up Power of Attorney in Wisconsin
Elder Law Services in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, and surrounding areas
If you are looking for an experienced elder law attorney in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, or any of the surrounding suburbs, then you can count on Collins Law Firm. We have years of experience in elder law. Not only do we know how to do things right, but we also know how to treat elder law matters with the respect and sensitivity that they deserve. If you have any questions or want to get started then feel free to call the firm today at 414-207-6292.
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