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Elderly individuals will likely be affected by many different legal matters as they reach the status of a senior citizen. Preparation for the future is essential to ensure that your wishes are accurately carried out and that your assets are protected. Estate plans that are carefully drafted can also serve as protection for your family. The Elder Law Center at Shah & Associates, P.C. is different from any other Elder Law firm. We strive to provide for the individual needs of the client to produce the best result possible. Our service is often performed on a flat rate fee basis when possible. When we are able to charge flat rate fees, we do not charge additional costs for phone calls and emails. Our firm also uses a team approach by working together on cases. With this type of approach, we offer a different perspective as one family helping another family. As New Jersey Elder Law attorneys, we can put our strengths and experience to work for you and your future!
We are committed to helping you and your family meet all of your Elder Law planning needs. As legal counselors, we can guide our clients through various planning options, such as the creation of an asset protection trust, that can have a significant impact on their future. Our firm desires to build relationships with our clients and not just complete a one-time transaction that concludes at the end of the case. In many circumstances, our firm serves multiple generations of one family, from grandparents to parents to children. We are dedicated to serving our clients’ needs to ensure that their assets and entire family are out of danger of extensive lack of planning issues. As you navigate your concerns, we encourage you to find out how our firm can help your family assess your circumstances and prepare for the future.
We offer knowledge and experience to help our clients appoint a guardian when necessary to manage all of their affairs if they are unable to do so themselves. Guardianship is a complex process