The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom prides itself in creating a family relationship with it’s clients. Home visits, including meeting families in Assisted Living Communities, Skilled Nursing Facilities or anywhere they feel comfortable, is the rule, not the exception. We want to meet with all parties involved with the senior(s) in question so as to get a thorough understanding of all issues involved. While the senior is our client, we recognize the needs of other family members to be involved, to the fullest extent possible in the decisions and choices being presented. Initial consultations are always free, we charge nothing to discuss a potential client’s situation . We feel this is very important and our way of showing that we truly care and take a stake in the client’s situation.
The Firm covers both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and since we go to the client – distance is not an issue. The firm specializes in all aspects of Elder Law, including but not limited to, Medicaid Planning, Wills & Trusts, Estate Administration and Probate, Estate Planning. Scott Bloom is credentialed with the Veterans Administration to help with VA Pension Applications. The firm also prides itself in helping with transitioning services, including downsizing and moving services.
The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom also handles other types of law cases – Real Estate, Divorce and Family Law, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury and Traffic and Drivers License Issues.
We would welcome an opportunity to meet and discuss how our Firm can possibly help your clients and their families. Many issues-one firm. We strive to provide the best service. Our clients are our top priority. Allow us to show you what “putting the client first” truly means.
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When it’s time to start making decisions about our care, our finances and our wishes, it is very important to find someone we trust. An elder law attorney can help guide your way through your journey of life care planning. Many lawyers touch on elder care issues but the majority of these attorneys’ clients may not be seniors.
An Elder Law attorney should be someone whose clients are primarily senior citizens and who specializes in eldercare matters across the board.
When we sit down and start talking about these issues, it could be very overwhelming. What would you say if a qualified Elder Law attorney would make a house call to talk about your personal matters in the comfort of your own home? Would that make you more comfortable?
The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom understands that seniors and their families are dealing with many emotional issues. Especially since most people wait until they need to make these decisions in the short term. Most of the time, this happens due to a crisis as opposed to a family planning ahead for the future.
Let Scott Bloom make your planning easier by calling today to schedule a free consultation in the comfort of your own home. All of your questions will be answered and the start of your planning can get underway.
We want to be the law firm for the rest of your life and walk with you every step of the way. From our home to yours, The Law Office of Scott D. Bloom is here to help in whatever legal and supportive way possible.
The next Mercer County Network Connections will feature The Law Office of Scott Bloom as a speaker on a professional’s “Ask the Attorney” forum.
The purpose of the presentation is to answer the questions of the professionals who care for and advocate for seniors. Many times professionals will be approached by their clients, residents and families with legal questions that are hard for them to answer. This is an opportunity for them to ask the questions they do not always have a chance to ask and to educate themselves to better serve their residents and clients.
Joining Scott Bloom on the Attorney panel is Carl Archer of Carl Archer Law and Victor Medina of Medina Law Group.
The “Ask the Attorney” forum will be held on Wednesday March 12th at 8:30 am at Brandywine at Princeton located at 155 Raymond Road in Princeton.