Estate planning attorneys will provide comprehensive assistance to individuals and families after a diagnosis of a serious illness. We can assist the person who is sick with creating advanced directives for medical care to express preferences about care in case incapacity makes it impossible to make independent choices about health services in the future. We can also help after a diagnosis to make plans for long term care services or hospice care, and can provide guidance on getting a last will and testament and other estate planning tools prepared.
To find out more about how Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates can help you to plan for serious illness or to plan for any other issues that could arise during the course of your lifetime or after your death, join us for a free seminar http://www.preserveyourestate.net/seminars/. You can also give us a call at 860-548-1000 or contact us online to get personalized help with the estate planning process and to make sure you use the right legal tools in your estate plan that will provide you and your loved ones with the protections that you expect.
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