Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney
Plan for your future with an experienced lawyer
Planning for your future, and your family’s future, can be an intimidating and overwhelming process. There are so many legal issues and situations to consider. Even knowing where to start might not be clear. This is especially true if you’re dealing with your wishes for your care in the future or how you want to distribute your assets after your death.
Estate planning Of Counsel attorney Joseph P. Secola with our entire legal team at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, P.C., can help you make long-term plans for your future. While it can often be daunting to think about these legal matters, these are important decisions you need to carefully consider and make in a timely manner.
A former probate judge, Of Counsel attorney Secola has extensive experience dealing with a wide range of legal matters involving estate planning and elder law. You can count on Of Counsel attorney Secola to provide compassionate legal advice that helps you make informed decisions about your assets, property and personal wealth. In 2018, Of Counsel attorney Secola earned a Master in Laws degree in Elder Law and Estate Planning.
What is estate planning?
Estate planning often deals with how someone’s assets and possessions are distributed in the event of someone’s death. Another important part of estate planning often involves outlining, in detail, your wishes for your medical care if you sustain a serious injury or long-term illness which prevents you from being able to make decisions. Some of the most common legal documents utilized as part of estate planning include:
- Last will and testament
- Living will
It can be difficult to decide the best time to start thinking about estate planning. Of Counsel attorney Secola suggests that couples and new families consider drawing up a will as soon as possible. Having a will can protect your spouse or child should anything happen to you, regardless of how many assets and how much property you currently own.
If you have accrued substantial personal wealth, it is important to create plans to manage it. Of Counsel attorney Secola can help you with a will, trust, and more. He can also handle estate administration.
What is elder law?
As we grow older, many of us may experience significant physical, mental or emotional changes. Many older adults may need assistance in the final years of their life or long-term term care due to a mental or physical disability.
It’s important to carefully consider planning for a disability or end-of-life care. By creating a plan, you can insure long-term care provisions and cover end-of-life arrangement expenses. You can also express your wishes should you ever be unable to make future decisions on your own. If necessary, we can also work with you with your family in dealing with probate court.
Put your trust in an estate planning lawyer who puts your needs first
The stakes are high when it comes to your future. Make sure your plans for the future are carried out according to your wishes. Contact Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, P.C., and schedule an appointment with Of Counsel attorney Joseph Secola, a well-established and trusted resource for legal advice and guidance. We can provide you with information you need so you can make important decisions about your future.