Retirement age carries with it relaxation and hopefully reduces the amount of stress that comes along with having a career.  While there are certainly rewarding aspects of getting older, there are also matters that must be considered that may have a significant impact on your older years, such as, among others, the need for additional medical care, the need to protect your assets, and the potential that you or your loved one may need to establish guardianship or conservatorship for another.  Regardless of what the situation may be, there likely will come a time when you need to make decisions that implicate one’s rights and obligations.  As such, elder law matters should be dealt with alongside an attorney.

Williams & Williams, PLLC – Elder Law Areas of Practice

At Williams & Williams, PLLC, our Tucson Elder Law Attorneys help clients address a variety of elder law matters on a regular basis, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Creating a last will or testament or a trust for the benefit of another;
  • Helping qualifying clients receive long-term healthcare benefits under the Arizona Long-Term Care System (ALTCS), pursuant to Arizona’s Medicaid Program;
  • Probate;
  • Create a special needs trust;
  • Establish guardianship and/or conservatorship; and
  • Create a living will or advance healthcare directive.

No two situations are ever alike from one client to the next.  Every new client presents his or her own unique set of facts and circumstances.  One client may need assistance creating a special needs trust for an elderly relative, while an elderly client may wish to create a last will and testament to protect his or her assets for the benefit of others. The Tucson Elder Law Attorneys of Williams & Williams, PLLC take pride in providing well-rounded legal representation that specifically focuses on what the client’s needs and wishes are.

Why Working with a Tucson Elder Attorney is Important

Most events cannot be predicted with certainty. A loved one may pass away unexpectedly, leaving many unanswered questions.  This situation may be particularly tricky if your loved one did not have a last will and testament documenting his or her wishes.  By addressing elder law and estate matters as quickly as possible, you can establish at least some stability in your elderly years.  Knowing you have a support system in place is reassuring when the future is unknown.

Contact the Tucson Elder Law Attorneys of Williams & Williams, PLLC Today

It is never too late to start planning for the unforeseen.  We all age and will eventually need assistance in a variety of ways.  When it comes to making the right choices for you and your loved ones, you should consider how a skilled Tucson Elder Law Attorney can lead you down the path that best suits your needs.  Whether you are in need of a healthcare directive for you or your loved one, wish to create a will or trust, or wish to establish guardianship, among other things, speaking with an attorney can alleviate much of the stress that comes along with estate and elder law matters.  The Tucson Elder Law Attorneys of Williams & Williams, PLLC offer a variety of elder law services to meet the needs of their clients.  If you would like to speak directly with one of our attorneys, contact Williams & Williams, PLLC today by calling (520) 200-8501. We are available 24/7 to answer your questions and address your concerns. Contact an elder law and estate planning attorney at Williams & Williams,PLLC today.