James (Jim) T. Kennedy established his law office in Alameda, California in 1981. Since then, his general practice has evolved into a practice consisting primarily of elder law, estate planning and disability planning.
Everyone of us who is competent needs Powers of Attorney for unforeseen times when we cannot speak or make decisions on our own behalf.
Law Office of Karen E. Black; attorney specialist in estate planning, probate, elder law, trusts and wills in Escondido, and all of San Diegos North County
Trust your estate planning needs to an experienced lawyer at the Law Office of Paul Mitchell, LLC in Aurora, Colorado, today.
At the Law Offices of Alice A. Salvo, we have the resources and tools that can help you and your family protect what is important to you. As we get older, it is beneficial to plan how you will be taken care of and what best wishes you would like to be carried out. There are many avenues to pursue, and the decisions you make can having last effects on you and your family.
Whether you are young, middle-aged, elderly or old; single, married, a domestic partner or divorced; straight or gay (LGBT), in addition to making sure your loved ones are taken care of at your death, you must also take care to ensure your well-being throughout your life, in sickness and in health.
Legal Assistance for Seniors provides free legal advice and representation, health insurance counseling, and community education to qualified Alameda County residents.
An Elder Law Firm. Experienced Elder Law Attorneys helping with legal issues that arise due to advanced age, such as, Special Needs Trusts, Powers of Attorney.
The Claremont Law Firm of Wilkinson & Wilkinson is a full service Estate Planning & Probate law office. California State Certified Estate Planning & Probate Specialists Conrad and Pat Wilkinson have spent over 30 years providing quality, caring, expert legal representation to clients who want to ensure that their wishes are carried out in the event of incapacitation or death.
Mr. Hankin has been recognized by the Second District Court of Appeal as a recognized leader in the field of elder law. Mr. Hankin is the father of Welfare and Institutions Code §14006.2, the California law that allows spouses to avoid nursing home impoverishment by dividing community property and gifting the home to the healthier spouse. This first legislative effort in the nation to protect families from catastrophic health care impoverishment has become the basis of much of the new field...