Disability & Long-Term Care Planning
Make decisions now to protect you and your loved ones, later.
It’s better to put tools in place now to be sure that nothing is left to chance, if you are someday not able to make decisions for yourself. By naming a Power of Attorney and making advance medical directives, you can designate trusted individuals to make financial and medical decisions for you, in accordance with your wishes, if you are disabled and unable to make those decisions for yourself. In addition, if you have a loved one who suffers from a permanent physical, mental, or emotional disability, you can provide for their future care in the event of your death.
A little forethought today, can go along way.
To find out how the attorneys of Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny, LLC can help you structure a plan so your wishes are fulfilled, call us at 410.995.5800 or email an attorney from the Estate Planning Group.