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in Steubenville, OH, & Weirton, WV
Learn About Powers of Attorney with David A. LaRue
One of the most important elements of elder law for individuals who are sick or elderly is power of attorney. When a person becomes incapacitated or otherwise unable to make decisions for themselves, power of attorney gives that right to a trusted person chosen in advance. Establishing power of attorney can make sure families remain financially and emotionally stable through what can be a very difficult time.
Establishing Guardianship Over an Elderly Individual Near the Steubenville & Weirton Areas
Establishing guardianship over an elder is always a difficult choice. If handled with the assistance of a qualified elder law attorney, this important responsibility can be undertaken properly and compassionately. The law requires a guardian to prioritize the interests of the person in question through this fiduciary relationship. When someone in your life requires guardianship, speak with an experienced attorney David A. LaRue. With more than three decades of experience with legal representation, attorney LaRue can guide Steubenville and Weirton-area families through guardianship cases and make sure they get the care they deserve. Contact the office of David A. LaRue, Esq. for more information. We proudly serve families in the following areas:
Jefferson County, OH
Harrison County, OH
Belmont County, OH
Columbiana County, OH
Hancock County, WV
Brooke County, WV
Housing & Financial Planning Options Through Our Elder Law Attorney
Some of the additional services attorney David A. LaRue can provide for elderly Ohio residents include assistance with housing and financial planning. Our attorney assists clients with various family agreements, retirement community contracts, and helps with issues regarding Medicaid. Housing and finances can also greatly impact the elderly in the Ohio Valley, and it is important to consult with a qualified attorney for these matters. Visit our law office in Steubenville, OH, or give us a call today for more information on elder law.
Call Today for Information on Alzheimer’s Disease Planning
Elder law has many components, one of them being Alzheimer’s Disease planning. We take great pride in the work we do for elderly individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other memory disorders. Attorney LaRue has the legal expertise to make sure Alzheimer’s patients have access to financial security and a high quality of life through the legal system. For more information on the work we do for clients with Alzheimer’s Disease, click here.