Elder Law Planning

Many people assume that estate planning and elder law planning are two different terms that mean the same thing. While there is overlap between these two areas of law, there are some significant differences.

While estate planning focuses primarily on matters related to your estate (most of which will be relevant after you pass away), elder law focuses on your legal and personal needs as you age. The goal of the latter is to help you live out your golden years comfortably, affordably and safely.

A Firm Offering Experienced Elder Law Planning And Advocacy

Not all estate planning lawyers are able to offer elder law services. The Dennison Law Firm proudly offers both. Our attorney, Carole M. Dennison, has decades of experience, and she is intimately familiar with the complexities of both elder law and estate law.

Here are some of the many aspects of elder law that we can help you with:

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid planning
  • Seeking court-appointed guardians ad litem, guardians and conservators
  • Planning long-term nursing home care
  • Drafting and updating estate planning documents

Because of the many details involved, working with just one attorney tends to be far more efficient and practical than splitting the work between two or more. We are pleased to be a full-service firm, offering clients assistance with nearly any issue they might encounter in estate planning, probate and elder law planning.

How Can We Help You Plan For The Future? Contact Us To Learn More.

With an office in Greenville, The Dennison Law Firm serves clients throughout the Upstate of South Carolina. To discuss your legal needs with us and take advantage of a free, initial 30-minute consultation, call us at 864-626-6514, or send us an email.