Frequently Asked Questions
Have you been appointed Guardian in court over an elderly or incapacitated loved one?
Were you named as an agent in a Power of Attorney, or as an executor in someone's Last Will & Testament and are now not sure of what your next steps should be?
For additional frequently asked questions not listed below, be sure to check out and sign up for our firm's blog, which is updated regularly. In particular, the blog category tags that are named 'Did You Know? Common Questions' and 'Common Myths In Elder Law' cover a lot of frequently asked questions on a variety of estate planning and other elder law-related topics, such as readings of a Will, common Medicaid Planning/Asset Protection myths, and how Trusts should properly be used in estate planning to name just a few.
Whether you have those questions listed above, or want to learn more about estate planning must-haves that we all should have in place, or are merely curious about what resources are available in the community for elders and their caregivers, These links below are great starting points in your research. For additional questions after reading through these, feel free to contact us!
* Please note, while informative, these links and articles displayed on this site are no substitute for actually scheduling a meeting with Certified Elder Law Attorney, Robert W. Haley to discuss your specific situation, as every case is truly different. This website is intended as a service to the public, and has been prepared for general information and research purposes only.