Legal Concerns Regarding Aging
Elder Law

It is rather hard to anticipate that legal questions
that arise as we (or our spouses, our parents, or
other loved ones) age.  It often seems that we just began our walk on the beach,
and when we return, there are so many flip-flops left that we don't know how to find our own shoes
or our right path.
  • How do I know when I need a comprehensive Power of Attorney?
  • What are my legal rights and challenges if I am diagnosed with dementia?
  • Who can make me stop driving?
  • How do I know what I should do to plan for long term care?
  • Should I put my kids names on my bank accounts or on my house?
  • Are there any  benefits for which I might qualify and still preserve my assets for my children?
  • What will I do if my spouse needs care?  Will I lose my home?
  • There are so many people offering me advice... how do I know if they are right?

These are but a few terrifying questions we face as we age.  Bishop & Mastandrea routinely guides
individual and families through the maze of possibilities.  Don't wait to call.  As we age, time
becomes more precious and timely action is so important.  
Bishop Law Office PLLC
(609) 597 - 0200
phone
(609) 597 - 0003 fax
gbl@GBishopLawOffice.com
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Lydia Mastandrea, Attorney
Chris O'Rourke, Legal Assistant

50 W. Bay Avenue
Manahawkin, NJ  08050