Elder Law considers quality of life, dignity, financial security & relationships as we age
The aging population in Australia, and particularly on the Central Coast, is growing rapidly. Do you know who would act for you if you were unable to manage your own affairs later in life?
Making decisions is part of life. But the kinds of decisions we make and their importance vary depending on our stage of life. As we get older, we must make a number of very important decisions. Some of those decisions can impact on significant personal aspects of your life, such as:
- Your quality of life,
- Your financial security,
- Your relationships with family and friends, and even
- Your dignity.
Elder Law covers issues unique to the ageing & the elderly
Some of the decisions you must make as you age are quite complex and require legal advice. In fact, those legal issues are unique to the ageing and the elderly, which is why Elder Law is a specific arm of Estate Planning on its own.
As you or your loved one moves into that next stage of life, it is important to have professional, compassionate and knowledgeable Elder Law advice specifically tailored to your family’s needs. That way you will be able to make informed choices.
At Aubrey Brown Lawyers, our Estate Planning solicitors bring you decades of experience in the full range of Elder Law matters. This may include matters relating to your estate, care and health needs, living a fulfilling retirement, and your wishes for the future.
We provide advice on:
- Estate Planning and Asset Protection
- Creating a Will, Enduring Guardianship and Enduring Power of Attorney
- Residential Aged Care
- Retirement Village Agreements and Contractual Advice
- Estate Disputes
- Probate Administration
- Superannuation Entitlement Claims
- Advanced Healthcare Directives
- Access to Grandchildren
- Challenging a Will
- Intestate Estates
- Disputes over Capacity
For a confidential discussion with one of our highly experienced, caring and friendly Elder Law solicitors, contact Aubrey Brown Lawyers today.