Elder Law – Estate And End-Of-Life Planning – Power Of Attorney


Estate planning includes more then having your will and trust prepared. It also includes preparing final directives and end-of-life instructions for your children and loved ones to follow. This can include planning to have a conservatorship in place should you later lack the legal capacity to make decisions on your own behalf.

Estate Planning

Create an estate-planning checklist. Determining a retirement strategy. Learn about insurance and pensions. Also learn about a reverse mortgage. Learn about progressive draw down of your retirement funds. Will your children have to pay estate tax when you die?


What happens if you die without a will. Learn ways to avoid probate. Read about the legal requirements for a valid will. Find out about changing, revoking and contesting wills. Learn about pay-on-death accounts. Learn about the role of the executor.


What is a living trust? Find out about trusts and mental incapacity. Learn some trust terminology. Read about the advantages and disadvantages of trusts.


A conservatorship is a legal action in which a court appoints a responsible person or organization (called the “conservator”) to care for another adult (called the “conservatee”) that is unable to care for themselves or manage their own financial affairs. Conservatorships are often established by the adult children of an aging parent.


A Guardianship is a legal process whereby a competent adult is choose by the court to be the legal guardian, usually of a minor, and is legally responsible for the care, custody and welfare over the child. In some states there are guardianships set up for vulnerable or otherwise incapacitated adults. These are called conservatorships in some states and guardianships in other states.

Power Of Attorney – Legal Capacity

Discover what role trusts can play when preparing for the possibility of incapacity. What is a power of attorney? Read about the “durable power of attorney“. Learn if you can avoid being put on life support. What is a conservatorships? Learn how to obtain a conservatorship after incapacity. Learn if one child can obtain a conservatorship for a elder parent. What is a temporary conservatorship?

Social Security Retirement

Choosing your retirement age to claim and collect social security benefits. Figure out your best retirement claim strategy. Determine the actual amount of monthly benefits you will be receiving throughout your retirement years. Learn about the circumstances that can affect your right to collect social security. What if you live in another country while in retirement. Finally, how much can you earn before it affects the amount you can receive in social security.

Learn Ways To Transfer Property

Read the difference between joint tenancy and tenancy in common. Find out if you should put your property in joint tenancy with your children. Learn about ways to avoid probate.

Living Will – End of Life Instructions

Careful planning now through a living will can ensure that you receive the type medical care you want at the end of your life. A living will not only ensures that your express desires will be followed at the end of your life, but also protects your loved ones from having to make those difficult and intensely personal decisions on your behalf. Where to store end of life documents.

Health Care Directive

Funeral Services

Get an overview of funerals. Learn about funeral pre-planning and the factors to consider when you are selecting a funeral home.  Types of burials: green burial, veterans funerals, burial at sea, and space burial. What to do if you have a problem with a funeral home.

Grief Counseling

Read about the types and stages of grief. Learn about grief counseling. Find out how some of the world’s religions perceive the experience of death.

Elder Abuse

Elder abuse involves a person who is 65 years or older who has suffered at the hands of a caregiver or a medical provider which is deemed to be harmful, cruel or otherwise physically, emotionally or financially detrimental.

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