We Care About Protecting Our Elders
Elder law is about protecting the rights, health and assets of seniors and elderly people. We take great pride in assisting our Massachusetts clients, both seniors and their adult children, to find the appropriate measures to protect their interests.
Seniors are at an increased risk of being abused or taken advantage of in many situations having to do with real estate, asset protection, health care, insurance and other important issues. It is important to seek the tools and resources in advance with a lawyer who is not only experienced, but mindful of your comprehensive security.
At O'Connell & O'Connell, P.C., Attorneys at Law, we are invested in the vitality and security of Auburn Seniors and those who reside in the surrounding communities in Worcester County and beyond. We regularly consult with and represent clients of all ages in elder law-related matters. Our firm has more than 40 years of combined experience and work with dedication to exceed the expectations of our clients.
Call 508-281-1650 or contact us by email today to schedule a free initial consultation with a knowledgeable elder law lawyer at our firm. We are prepared to thoroughly address your needs and accomplish your objectives.
A Will Is A Good Start But It May Not Be Enough To Protect You
Estate planning is an important aspect of elder law. Without a complete estate plan, you are at risk. A health care facility could put its interests ahead of your own. You could be at risk for financial exploitation by unscrupulous family members, fiduciary misdeeds, or even abuse or neglect in a long-term care facility.
We help our clients address and protect themselves in relation to a host of relevant issues, including:
- Drafting of wills
- Creating revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Preparing durable powers of attorney
- Designations of health care proxies
- Medicaid planning
- Asset protection
Contact Us Today For A Free Elder Law Consultation
We accommodate your needs with flexibility and provide free initial consultations. Call us at 508-281-1650 or contact us by email to schedule a meeting with one of our experienced and personable attorneys.