Phoenix Elder Law Attorney



Arizona Elder Law

The elder population in the United States is growing rapidly as members of  the bubble created by the post World War II baby boom generation reach their later years.  It is not only that we are we seeing the effects of the last century’s explosion in births; medical advances have made it possible for people to live longer than ever before. This growing demographic means that issues affecting the elderly are becoming a concern in American society to a much greater extent than in previous generations, when people did not live as long. The field of elder law has assumed a new prominence as the elderly become a larger segment of our population.

Legal Issues Affecting Older Americans

Certain issues affect older people to a greater extent than younger ones.  Health matters, the specter of disability associated with aging, long-term care, and estate planning are some of the significant concerns of the older generation.

The elder law attorneys at Arizona’s Gorman & Jones law firm are skilled at  helping seniors address these and other issues as they plan for the future. We are all living longer. We understand that concerns and issues that might not have occurred to our parents or grandparents  are of the utmost importance to people approaching  their senior years today. We work with elders to plan for their later years to ensure that their wishes are honored and that they can live comfortably until the end of life. We help them plan their legacy, working out individualized strategies to pass along the assets accumulated over the course of a lifetime to the next generation.

Unique Needs Require Unique Solutions

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to legal solutions to the concerns of the elderly, because each individual has unique circumstances, needs, and desires. When you come to Gorman & Jones, PLC, our attorneys take the time to get to know you, discover what concerns have, what your family situation is, what assets you have, and how you want your later years to look. We help you set goals that are in keeping with your wishes, your needs, and the needs of your family, and then plan strategies to achieve those goals.

Services for Older Arizona Residents

These are some of the many areas of concern for our older clients that we often assist with at Gorman & Jones:

  • Wills and trusts
  • Asset protection
  • Medicaid, Medicare, and other benefits
  • Long term care issues
  • Living wills and other advance health care directives
  • Guardianship and conservatorship appointments

Facing the Challenges of Aging

Your older years present special challenges, but with detailed and focused planning, you can face those challenges with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your wishes will be honored in later life and beyond.

We invite you to schedule an appointment for a free consultation at one of our offices in Phoenix and the surrounding area.  Take the first step to a more secure future for yourself and your family.

Or if you have an older family member or friend who has not yet addressed some of these important legal matters, or who is at a vulnerable stage in life where he or she needs care and protection, know that we are here to help.

Gorman & Jones offers weekday and evening appointments at our conveniently located offices in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, and Sun City West. Call for an appointment to come in and learn how we can assist you. If you can’t make it to one of our offices, just let us know, and we’ll be happy to come to you wherever you are.

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