Have the conversation today about your future...
your loved ones need to know what you want.
Don't put it off any longer
You may find it difficult to discuss your concerns about aging with your family members. Even though the topics of aging, illness and last
wishes are often difficult, you need to talk about them as soon as possible. Having the conversation about these concerns with the law office can provide information and resources to address your concerns and answer questions about the issues facing you and your loved ones.
Your concerns are not unusual
Many people have concerns about challenging life
issues as they get older, such as:
- Declining health and function
- Increasing isolation or loneliness
- Loss of independence
- Fear of losing their assets to long-term
health care needs
Your children have concerns
The children of aging parents have real concerns,
- Financial hardships associated with the high
costs of senior care
- Physical exhaustion
- Loss of personal freedom
- Increased responsibility for making
decisions about their loved one's care
- Anger and guilt about not being able to do more
- Confusion about assessing their
loved one's needs and the available options
- Fear of loss
Why you should talk to us now!
We are specialists in dealing with the issues of aging. We carefully listen to your concerns. Then we will work with you to address your concerns through a Life Care Plan that meets your unique needs and wishes. We will involve your whole family in creating this plan, making it easier to have those difficult conversations with your loved ones.
Aging doesn't have to mean despair. We can help.
We know how tempting it is to put off talking about difficult topics. But it's important to make the essential life care decisions now, while you are able to let others know your wishes. We make it easy to talk about these important issues and involve your family in the decision. We take care of all the forms and paperwork required. Talk to us now. Don't put off the conversation for one more day. You'll be glad you did.