Elder law attorneys have fundamental knowledge of the elderly population, and are aware of their unique needs. Mental and physical challenges start to appear as people get older, and elder law is designated to assist those who find themselves struggling as they age. Elder law includes all aspects of estate planning, counseling, education, and advocating for older clients.
Our team has an attorney who is board certified with the National Elder Law Foundation, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. and who is a Certified Elder Law Attorney. This means that our lawyer is aware of both professional and non-legal resources and services that are publically and privately available for the elderly population.
Connelly Law Offices provides comprehensive and customized plans to meet each client’s unique needs and objectives.
Elder Law Attorney for Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut and Southeastern Massachusetts
Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts and Eastern Connecticut Elder Law Attorney
Our clients are involved in the design of the plan from start to finish so that they can make the important decisions with professional advice and guidance so that they walk away with a good understanding of the plan and its supporting documents.
At Connelly Law Offices, we assist clients in planning for the possibility of disability, incapacity, home health care, assisted living and/or nursing home placement. By developing a thorough and comprehensive estate and asset protection plan, our firm helps clients to avoid probate and the impoverishment caused by the escalating cost of long-term care. We also help our clients maintain their right to make health care decisions and avoid unnecessary medical treatment.
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