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Troy Elder Law Attorneys Can Help Ease Your Burdens

Caring for an elderly loved one involves a lot of work. It may begin incrementally at first, but you may soon find yourself managing their finances, taking care of their home, and making sure they receive appropriate medical treatment. At some point, you may even have to start looking into nursing homes for them.

This is often a new and overwhelming experience for both the caretaker and their loved one. Eventually, certain legal matters will need to be addressed in order to make sure your loved one’s affairs are properly cared for. This is where the experienced elder law attorneys of Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras in Troy can help. We help people throughout Oakland County and the surrounding areas with the challenges that come with caring for an elderly loved one.

There’s no shame in asking for help. Call (248) 494-4577 to schedule a meeting with our compassionate legal team.

We’re here to Help You Figure Things Out

Hopefully, your elderly loved one has made preparations for the day where they will no longer be able to take care of themselves, in which case we can help you track down this information. If they haven’t, we can help you make plans for them so that they have the resources they need to live comfortably and receive the care they need.

Some ways we can help you and your loved one include:

Trying to figure out all of these things on your own is difficult. Let us take some of the burdens from you. We have been practicing elder law since 1990 and can guide you through these processes.

What matters to you matters to us. Our Troy elder law attorneys are very hands-on and can take the time to listen to you to find out what your family needs.

Call (248) 494-4577 today and start making plans for your loved one’s future care and happiness.

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