Life raises tough questions. Do you have the answers?
Are you retired or on the verge of retirement? Have you watched older friends and relatives put off planning and then struggle when a crisis happens? Have you ever wondered how you might do things differently? How you might give your children a different example?
It’s easy to put off answering the really tough questions. Many people do. But when you’re ready to get serious about planning for your future, Drazen Law Group, LLC can help.
The Solution: Drazen Law Group’s Pathways to Independence® Process
Drazen Law Group, LLC’s Pathways to Independence® approach features seven distinct pathways of inquiry that enable our team to craft an estate plan and advance care plans that are a perfect fit for your unique needs. We take the time to get to know you, your goals, your values, and what’s important to you.
Think of Drazen Law Group, LLC as your strategic planning partner for life’s golden years. We help you get all your legal documents in order, and then lay the groundwork for the future. And then, if something happens—say you’re diagnosed with a chronic illness—we step in and help you prepare for the future. And once the plan is in place, continuing support is our goal. We are always here for you.
The Drazen Law Toolkit
As part of the Pathways to Independence® Process, Drazen Law Group, LLC’s employs Connecticut’s most comprehensive array of legal and financial services to help you prepare for whatever the future brings.
Life Care Planning | Estate Planning | Elder Law | Asset Protection | Disability Planning | Pet Trusts | Tax/Estate Tax Planning | Long-Term Care Planning | Care Coordination | Trust Administration | Probate | Conservatorship/Guardianship | Special Needs Planning | Business Continuation/Succession Planning | Real Estate | Special Needs Planning with Lawsuit Proceeds | Planning for Same Sex Couples, Unmarried Couples, Blended Families & Singles
I don’t need to plan for long-term care; I’m planning to die in my sleep.
Few people believe they’ll ever need long-term care. But the statistics say that most will. If you come down with a chronic illness and end up needing long-term care when you haven’t planned ahead for it, you put a tremendous burden on your children or other relatives. Is this a burden you want them to shoulder? If not, now is the time to start planning. It could be the single more important legacy you leave to your children.
For more information or to schedule a consultation, call Drazen Law Group, LLC at (203) 877-7511.