Elder Law Firm Huntsville, AL
Elder Law in North Alabama
Elder Law Attorney Huntsville | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.
As residents working and living in North Alabama continue to age, they begin contemplating different options that will allow them to retire from the workforce. Retirement can be an exciting time for traveling, visiting with family, and relaxing. However, many face unforeseen difficulties during this time of relaxation to include health issues, asset protection, financial concerns, etc. At Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. our goal is to erase these concerns by planning and advocating for those wishing to enjoy retirement. We handle cases relating to wills, trusts, probate matters, conservator/guardianship, and more.
Long Term Care Planning
The plaguing concern for many is the high cost to provide long term care for both medical and non-medical. Non-medical long term care provides assistance with the completion of simple day-to-day tasks to include: dressing, grocery shopping, cleaning, etc. This care can be provided to you in either a nursing home or at your private residence. The experienced elder law and estate planning attorneys at our firm can assist you in selecting the correct long term care facility, sufficient long term care insurance, or the proper government long term care assistance program that you qualify for.
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Questions About Elder Law & Estate Planning?
If you or a loved one have questions about elder law, estate planning, or elder care - contact a lawyer from our team to schedule a consultation. During your initial consultation - an elder law attorney from our team will meet with you to answer any questions, assess the details of your case, and provide a competitive quote. Schedule your phone or office consultation today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing a case evaluation form online.
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