A Caring Connellsville Long-Term Care Planning Law Firm Committed to Serving the Community
Providing long-term care planning for the elderly and disabled in Connellsville, Greensburg and Uniontown
It can be difficult to think about what will happen when you’re no longer able to care for yourself, but as our society is living longer and families have become more spread out, it’s a real possibility that you need to plan for to protect yourself and your family. To preserve your family’s financial future during these times, work with Margaret Zylka House, Attorney at Law for long-term care planning that prevents you from burning through the assets and money that you’ve worked your entire life to earn.
Serving clients in Fay-West since 2006, our firm has experience with both the legal and business aspects of estate planning, allowing us to deliver legal guidance from a comprehensive perspective. We set you at ease throughout the process as you make important decisions about the years ahead.
Protect your loved ones as you grow older
As you age, you want to make sure you maintain a high quality of life without placing burdens on your loved ones. While planning so far into the future might seem difficult, we make you feel comfortable as we listen to your wishes and concerns and develop a long-term care plan that meets your priorities. We help with the following issues:
We give you all of the information you need to make informed decisions, addressing the financial implications of various options. For a caring, knowledgeable and professional Connellsville wills and trust lawyer, call Margaret Zylka House.
Greensburg long-term care planning will benefit you
Making the necessary arrangements now about nursing home or assisted living care that may become necessary will make things easier for your family in the years to come. Work with an experienced complex estate planning attorney in Connellsville at our firm, and you get:
- Dedication. We take a personal approach to your needs, answering all of your questions regarding long-term care planning.
- Support. These are difficult issues to tackle, and we’re here for you as trusted partners while you’re planning for the future.
- Knowledgeable advice. We have experience in both legal and financial issues, so you can turn to us with confidence when considering different options for long-term care.
Contact an experienced Greensburg long-term care planning attorney now
For sound legal advice from a qualified estate planning attorney, consult with Margaret Zylka House, Attorney at Law. Call us today at 724-620-6805 or contact us online to get started. We proudly serve local residents in Fayette and Westmoreland counties.