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How To Choose An Elder Law Attorney

If a problematic elder law situation has arisen in your home, you can benefit from the wisdom and skills of an established elder law attorney in the Capital District.

At the Fowler, Doyle, Spiess & Florsch, PLLC, the holistic approach we take to elder law has worked for many clients in Troy, Albany and surrounding areas for over three decades.

Working Hard For You And Your Family

We value the long-term relationships that our hard work has produced. We want you to feel comfortable calling on us at any time with any question, concern or issue.

Our chief motivation every day is to assure that your elderly relatives enjoy productive retirement years.

Experience, comprehensive knowledge of law, client commitment and a healthy respect for history. Contact us today by toll-free phone at 866-572-4366. Your first consultation with our elder law attorneys is always free of charge.

Personal Attention, Experienced Representation Of Your Elder Law Goals

When choosing an elder law attorney, you should make sure that he or she has comprehensive knowledge of law in practice areas like Medicaid planning and asset protection as well as health care proxies.

Your lawyer should insist on careful planning for your wishes and goals, and be sensitive to your feelings at difficult times such as after the passing of a loved one.

Your law firm should extend personal, customized service tailored to your unique needs. The options recommended to you and documents signed by you should withstand any challenge.

Finally, when it comes to choosing an elder law attorney, there is no substitute for experience. You can depend on our many years of service, and compassion for your elders, to achieve results for you in all elder law legal matters.

Addressing Your Elder Law Legal Needs

We have the experience, skills and legal knowledge that can give you and your elder relatives the peace of mind you deserve. For a free initial consultation, call 866-572-4366. Feel free to contact us by email or fax too, to discuss elder law or estate planning.