Legal solutions for seniors and families

Estate Planning

The three basic documents in estate planning are the Last Will and Testament, Health Care Power of Attorney, and Financial Power of Attorney.  Each of these documents allows you to choose a trusted “fiduciary” to carry out your wishes.  In some families, a Special Needs Trust can be used to assure the future financial needs of an individual with disabilities while maintaining their eligibility for government benefit programs.

An AEFL attorney can meet with you to review your estate planning needs and prepare documents to meet those needs–with particular emphasis on preserving the assets of seniors who might need long-term care (assisted living or nursing home) in the future.

Family Law

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Estate Planning

The three basic documents in estate planning are the Last Will and Testament, Health Care Power of Attorney, and Financial Power of Attorney.  Each of these documents allows you to choose a trusted “fiduciary” to carry out your wishes.  In some families, a Special Needs Trust can be used to assure the future financial needs of an individual with disabilities while maintaining their eligibility for government benefit programs.

An AEFL attorney can meet with you to review your estate planning needs and prepare documents to meet those needs–with particular emphasis on preserving the assets of seniors who might need long-term care (assisted living or nursing home) in the future.

Family Law

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Long-Term Care Planning

Whether you’re thinking about retirement soon, or you or a loved one is facing the prospect of admission to assisted living or a nursing home, we can help you develop strategies to protect your assets for your use and for your beneficiaries, especially in the area of MaineCare.

 

Probate

This is a legal process in which a deceased person’s will is proven valid (mostly a routine matter), identifying, inventorying and appraising property, paying debts and taxes and distributing the remaining property as directed by the will – or as state law directs if there is no will.

Our Location

Aroostook Centre Mall
Presque Isle, Maine 04769

Aroostook Elder Law

aroostookelderlaw@gmail.com
207.760.7511

Hours

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9 am – 5 pm
Closed Sat - Sun