Elder Law is an area of legal practice which is defined by the clients it serves. In addition to traditional estate planning, attorneys practicing elder law focus on health care decision-making, retirement planning, and planning for the possible need for long-term care. Elder law attorneys, who focus their practice on the needs of seniors, can identify and implement strategies for financing long-term care, while preserving as much of the senior’s financial legacy as possible.
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