CAN THE FLAMMIA ELDER LAW FIRM HELP YOU?
If you have unanswered questions about your future—or that of an elderly loved one—the Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you find the answers.
Healthy Adults Planning Ahead
Life has a way of throwing curve balls when you least expect them. Those curve balls can start early. If you were to come down with a sudden, unexpected illness, how would you provide for loved ones? If your spouse or one of your parents was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another chronic illness, how would you manage his or her care on top of your already-busy life? Have you thought about how you might want your spouse or children to care for you as you age? Have you watched older friends and relatives put off important planning and then struggle when crises occur? Have you ever wondered how you might set a different example for your children?
When you’re ready to prepare for life on life’s terms, the Flammia Elder Law Firm can help. Our proactive estate planning strategies, elder law tools, and asset protection techniques will keep you in the driver’s seat on the road to your future. Sidelined by an unexpected medical crisis? You’re prepared. Your spouse develops a chronic illness? You’re prepared. Your parents need nursing home care? You’re prepared.
The Flammia Elder Law Firm. No matter what happens, you’re prepared. Put Flammia Elder Law Firm to work for you and experience Your Future, Your Way. Call (407) 478-8700 today to schedule your consultation.
Adult Children Caring for Aging Parents
If something happens that leaves you concerned about your own health or that of a spouse or elderly loved one, what will you do? These events—we call them trigger events—often signal that a loved one’s condition is deteriorating, even though it might be months or years before care outside the home is needed. The trigger event could be a diagnosis of cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, or other chronic condition. It might be a catastrophic event such as a fall, medication mishap, fire, accident in home, or car wreck. It could be a medical emergency such as a stroke, heart attack, or aneurism. It might be the discovery that your loved one is wandering, malnourished, dehydrated or unable to provide self-care due to functional limitations. Or the primary caregiver to the loved one might be suffering from burnout or declining health.
You could wait until your loved one needs immediate nursing care to get help. However, the delay puts you, your family, and your loved one at a distinct disadvantage.
That’s where the Flammia Elder Law Firm can help. Our proactive estate planning strategies, elder law tools, and asset protection techniques will keep you in the driver’s seat during every leg of the long-term care journey, saving you time, money, and heartache. Early planning helps get your loved one the care he or she needs today, which offers welcome relief for caregivers. It plugs you into our network of community services and resources. It increases the chances that your loved one can age at home, which helps preserve independence and dignity. It puts all your legal and financial affairs in order. It enables your family to avoid the asset protection crisis that can occur when your loved one needs care outside the home. And it equips you with a network of support to help you deal with future legal, health care, and long-term care transitions.
Sidestep the care crisis.
The Flammia Elder Law Firm can show you how. Call (407) 478-8700 today to schedule your consultation.
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