Arizona Vulnerable Adults
Our elder law attorneys, Andrew P. Gorman and Matthew M. Jones, help seniors plan for the future. We are all living longer. This means that concerns and issues that might have been remote to our parents or grandparents are very real today. We work with elders to make sure that they will be comfortable and well treated during their remaining years.
Because each person’s circumstances are different, there can be no cookie-cutter approach to elder law. We address the specific issues brought to us, taking the time to listen carefully to learn the client’s goals and objectives. For more information about our approach to elder law, contact us at our Sun City, Arizona, law firm, Gorman & Jones, PLC for a free initial consultation.
What is elder law?
Our senior clients ask us for advice and representation on all types of issues, including:
- Asset protection
- Medicaid spend-down
- Nursing home planning
- Guardianship issues
- Wills and trusts
- Living wills
Much of our work with the elderly involves estate or financial planning. We do not hesitate to consult with specialists and experts who can advise us on investments, tax issues, health care matters, and anything else needed to develop a sound plan.
Comfortable environment, dedicated attorneys
In working with elders, we strive to make sure that they have every opportunity to make their wishes known. We offer a comfortable and friendly environment in our offices. We also will visit clients at home if they cannot visit us. In each case, we answer all questions, make suggestions, and keep the goals of the client firmly before us. If we can help you plan for the future, contact our probate attorneys at Gorman & Jones, PLC, in Sun City, Phoenix, Surprise, and Scottsdale, Arizona.