Troy Elder Law Attorneys
Plan Today For All of Your Tomorrows
At Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, our elder lawyers in Troy, Michigan have been working in this unique practice area since before the term “elder law” was coined. We have always been there to help individuals and families prepare for the uncertain future. Our team can help you plan for the possibility of disability, nursing home care, advance medical directives, and establishing power of attorney, among other things.
It’s not easy to think about the difficult things that may occur in the future, but ignoring them won’t mean they won’t happen. Establishing a plan today can help give you peace of mind for all of your tomorrows.
Understanding Elder Law and Long-Term Planning
Elder law focuses on future planning for some of the difficulties that arise with old age. The older you get, the more expensive your medical needs become. When medical problems start to arise, you want to have a firm plan in place and no that there are enough funds tucked away to take care of you for the long term.
Furthermore, you will need to consider the possibility that you will no longer be able to make decisions for yourself. While this is not something anyone wants, the decision is not always left in our hands. You need to make sure that if this event becomes reality, the person given decision-making power is someone you can trust to look after your best interests.
Contrary to popular belief, this authority is not automatically given to your children, and the courts will give it to whoever they believe is best suited to care for you if there is no plan in place. We can help you prevent this.
There are many ways our elder law attorneys in Troy, MI can help individuals in families.
At BRMM, we offer the following legal services in elder law:
- Planning for long-term care
- Legal aid for caregivers
- Help planning end of life decisions
- Planning for incapacity
- Nursing home planning
- Medicaid planning
- Veterans planning
- Healthcare durable power of attorney
This is not an exhaustive list of what we can do. Our Michigan team has been practicing elder law since 1990. We have helped people plan for virtually every contingency that comes with old age. You deserve to have peace of mind for what comes ahead—planning ahead with a skilled legal team can help you have it.
Schedule a consultation with BRMM today by calling (248) 213-9514 or contacting us online.
We are grateful for his guidance and would definitely recommend BRMM.
“Don, has also taken care of the planning for my husband and I to protect our future heirs. We are grateful for his guidance and would definitely recommend BRMM.”
I would recommend them 100 times over.
“They treat you like family and walked us through the entire Medicaid process for my mom, as well, as made sure our POA documents were in place. I couldn't be more grateful for their kindness, help, and guidance.”
- Van Zweden Famil
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“When you have confidence in your lawyer, such as I found with Andy Mayoras and other members within his law firm, I fully trusted that my position was going to be zealously represented in an upstanding and professional way. I have nothing but deep respect ”
- George L.
The attorneys at BRMM exceeded all our needs and expectations during this trying time.
“Our family can not thank them both enough for their great work. We highly recommend their services for anyone's elderly care needs.”
- Kevin D.
Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. was a Godsend.
“When I count what few blessings I am fortunate to have, Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. is one of them.”
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