Families change. And when change comes, you want to make sure you and your family’s future will be protected. You want to know that you did all you could do.
Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri will help you do just that. For seniors, families, caregivers, individuals with special needs, and the LGBT community, our Connecticut estate planning, elder law and special needs attorneys will help you reduce the stress that accompanies the financial and medical care challenges that come with change.
Estate Planning …
We’ll help you preserve your wealth. And help you put together the documents needed to do so, including your Will, power of attorney and healthcare directive.
Elder Law …
If you’re a senior, we’ll help protect you and your money. We’ll help you get Medicaid benefits, offer guidance if you or a loved one needs nursing home care and advise you about housing options. We’ll even fight for you if you feel you’re being exploited or abused.
Probate and Estate Administration …
If your loved one has passed, we will make sure that their wishes are carried out the way they had intended.
If you feel that you or your loved one is being taken advantage of, we can be your advocate and protect your rights inside the courtroom.
Special Needs Planning …
If you are disabled or have a child with special needs, we’ll help you to maintain public benefits and create a financial plan that will create a secure future.
Let’s face it, life is complicated. We understand what’s at stake. And we are well aware of all the details that can bog you down.
That’s why we have dedicated ourselves to preserving your well-being as well as your assets.
We don’t just draft your documents. We will help you with healthcare-related decisions, advocacy services, housing matters, Social Security advice, tax planning, insurance and a whole lot more.
Doesn’t sound like a typical law firm, right? We’re anything but.
Don’t wait for a crisis to hit. Call our Connecticut estate planning and elder law attorneys today.
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