Planning is about preparing for change, or adjusting when change occurs suddenly. A chronic illness, or other unexpected event can make it seem like life is spinning out of control. Unexpected family events can leave you wondering where to turn. What if your spouse goes to a nursing home, or your child gets divorced or becomes disabled? How do those events change your estate plan. Our goal is to help you prepare for change, or adjust to unexpected changes. We do this by answering your questions and helping you resolve problems. 

David L. McGuffey is a Certified Elder Law Attorney.  Mr. McGuffey is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorney's Council of Advanced Practitioners. He is a member of the Special Needs Alliance. These groups are peer reviewed. Mr. McGuffey has the necessary experience to give you answers as you need them.

Certified Elder Law Attorneys understand that your family may be in the midst of crisis. You need to understand how to protect yourself or your loved ones. If you are married to someone with dementia (or another chronic condition), one of your questions might be how to get the best care for your spouse, but another is how to finance your own retirement needs. If you have a loved one with special needs, you might be concerned about protecting your loved one when you are no longer in the picture. If your loved one is unable to make decisions about his or her own care, how will you make sure they get the right help at the right time? A Certified Elder Law Attorney can help you answer these and other questions as you plan for the future.

If you are planning for your future, if you are planning for the future of a loved one who needs extra help, or if you just have questions, call us today. The Elder Law Practice of David L. McGuffey can help you address the challenges you are facing. Our goal is to provide peace of mind by delivering solutions to your problems.

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