Queens County Elder Law Attorney
Find Comfort in a Reliable Plan for the Future
Elders often encounter specific legal issues that arise due to their age or need for special care. In order to navigate the legalities and avoid delays or mistakes, an elder law attorney should be retained. Elder law attorneys focus much of their practice on using and interpreting laws to the benefit of the senior clients they represent.
If you live in Queens, Brooklyn, or anywhere around New York City, you can come to the Law Office of Frank Bruno, Jr. for help planning for your future and that of your family through a variety of elder law cases and concerns. Using a compassionate approach backed by more than 20 years of legal experience, we are capable of assisting you in achieving your elder law goals without putting any additional stress on you. From start to finish, you can lean on us for the honest counsel you expect.
We can begin your case with a free consultation – just dial (718) 215-9119 now.
Use Our Insight to Your Advantage
Elder law covers a wide variety of legal concerns and potential cases, but the common theme among all of them is thinking about the future. Sometimes an elder law attorney is retained to create long-term care schedules, such as what hospital treatments should be used to care for you when you are frail or incapacitated. Many others will seek the help of an elder law attorney to assign beneficiaries, manage their estate, and prepare final wishes. No matter what you need from our Queens County elder law attorneys, you can feel confident that we will listen to you and work hard to meet your goals.
Specific tools of the elder law trade include:
- Powers of attorney: You can establish who will have the legal authority to act on your behalf if you become incapacitated with a power of attorney form.
- Retirement benefits: Other than a home, the largest assets in most peoples’ possessions are their retirement benefits packages. Your elder law attorney can assist you in deciding what to do with such a sizeable asset.
- Wills: Outlining your final wishes and what to do with many of your assets can be easy with a clearly drafted living will.
- Trusts: Use a trust to allow a beneficiary to hold, control, or use a specific piece of property before you pass away.
- Estate planning: Your estate plan is the overview of your wishes as you enter your elder years, and is comprised of the other individual tools aforementioned.
- Probate: If your will is contested after you pass away, an elder law attorney from our firm can help your loved ones navigate the resulting probate process, keeping both your original wishes and your family’s best interests in mind.
Trustworthy Counsel is a Phone Call Away – (718) 215-9119
Our Queens County elder law attorneys are always thinking about what we can do to better serve our clients. It is part of our compassionate yet professional approach to elder law cases, which begins with genuinely listening to your wants and concerns. Together, we can create a satisfactory estate plan or overcome any other elder law challenge you may encounter.
Contact us today to schedule your own free case evaluation.