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Seniors, Money and Property

Aging adults and their families often have questions about money and financial matters.

Questions such as “who will pay for the right care” or “how should our finances be handled” are often important topics that need to be addressed.

This section contains information related to money, finances, and property assets of older Americans – including tips for setting up a power of attorney, information on estate planning, and things to look out for to prevent financial fraud among elders.

Unsure where to start? Many Elder Law attorneys offer free consultations. They can discuss your situation and help you understand the next steps.

You Don’t Have To Solve This on Your Own – Get a Lawyer’s Help

Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.

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Next Steps

Contact a qualified elder law attorney to help you and loved ones plan care and address problems.

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Help Me Find a Do-It-Yourself Solution

Can I Solve This on My Own or Do I Need an Attorney?

  • Complex money situations usually require a lawyer
  • A lawyer can reduce the chances of a family dispute
  • DIY is possible in some simple cases 
  • You can always have an attorney review your form

Get tailored advice and ask your legal questions. Many attorneys offer free consultations.

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