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Life Care Planning – Tend to Personal Matters in the Comfort of Your Own Home

Life Care Planning should be handled by an elder law attorney. Their clients should be primarily senior citizens and they should specializes in eldercare matters across the board.

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.

Life Care Planning can be talked about at your home!

Sitting down and talking about life care planning can often 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. Moreover, 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 life care 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 elder law attorney and 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.

Scott Bloom & Ask the Attorney Panel in Princeton, New Jersey

Scott Bloom Is Proud to Be a Part of Upcoming “Ask the Attorney” Panel in Princeton, New Jersey

The next Mercer County Network Connections forum will feature Scott Bloom as an “Ask the Attorney” speaker. It will address Elder Law issues.

The purpose of the presentation is to answer questions from professionals who care for and also advocate for seniors. Professionals are often approached by their clients, residents and families with legal questions that are hard for them to answer. The forum gives them the chance to ask questions and to educate themselves on elder care law issues.

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:

  • Wednesday March 12th
  • 8:30 am
  • Brandywine at 155 Raymond Road in Princeton, New Jersey

CLIENT Testimonial

Scott explained estate planning very thoroughly and in terms we could understand. He let us know our options and we feel that he is very knowledgeable, professional and also a compassionate person. We recommend Scott to our family and friends!
- Fred T., Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

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