Getting older can bring out a range of emotions. You get to watch your family grow, experience new inventions throughout each decade you’re a part of, and reach the point in your life where what you know is considered wisdom and not opinion, but the older you get the less able-bodied you become and the more you wish you had planned ahead for your old age. Wills, powers of attorney, trusts, long term health care planning, disability issues, Medicaid and Medicare, and more are just a few of the things covered under elder law. The primary focus of elder law is on preparing you for your old age by ensuring you financial freedom and autonomy by properly planning for your finances and long-term care options before you find yourself needing them. At Esper Aiello, our elder law group has helped countless clients of all ages make the advanced preparations they need, securing the best possible future for themselves, and their loved ones.
We approach every client with the same mindset that we have when we look at our own families, wanting only to take care of them and see them thrive throughout their remaining years. By allowing our trustworthy elder law attorneys to help you plan and prepare for your old age, we can effectively eliminate the countless stressors that could leave you feeling older than you actually are. Since our own parents and grandparents spent their entire lives caring for each of us, giving us everything we could ever need to be successful in life from insightful advice to much needed encouragement, we feel it’s only just to return the favor and help bring peace back into the lives of our most generous generation.
The Aiello Law Group’s Mark Aiello is a member of ElderCounsel, America’s premier membership organization serving elder law attorneys. He and the rest of the attorneys at Aiello Law Group are looking forward to easing your mind about your future by providing you with exceptional legal services and support in all matters pertaining to elder law. Whether your golden years are right around the corner or still a few decades away, there’s never been a better time to meet with an elder law attorney to plan for your future than right now. Call us now at 313.964.4900 or fill out the form in the sidebar or on our contact page, to experience our superior legal services and learn how they can benefit you.