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Planning for Incapacity

Estate Planning & Elder Law Lawyers Serving in Troy, Oakland County, & Surrounding Areas

The future holds many uncertainties, but that doesn’t mean you can’t plan for some of them. At Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, we strongly recommend having a plan in place in case a member of your family becomes incapacitated.

Our experienced elder law attorneys in Troy can help you and your loved ones plan for the long term in a thorough, strategic way that provides adequate income, anticipates future needs and won’t diminish a lifetime of savings. Let our lawyers help you set up a situation where your loved one can live comfortably, securely, and affordably. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re adequately prepared for unfortunate circumstances such as incapacity.

Documents that can help you plan for incapacity include:

The Center for Elder Law is a full-service division of BRMM that helps you navigate the unique and specific waters of caring for your senior loved one, no matter what their needs are.

Contact us today to talk through your planning needs.

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