Elder Law in Dayton, WA.
Elder law encompasses a wide range of legal matters affecting older and aging clients.
Our Gravis Law Attorneys in Dayton can advise and advocate for elderly clients, their families and their caregivers in a wide range of legal issues that face older clients. Our elder law attorneys can help elderly clients and their family plan for the future with estate planning, wills, trusts, care contracts, advance directives for health care, living wills and powers of attorney. Gravis elder law attorneys can also help to address immediate legal concerns such as financial abuse, elder abuse and neglect, consumer fraud, Medicaid planning, incapacity, guardianship and conservatorship, Social Security, Veteran’s benefits such as Aid and Attendance, housing issues and probate.
Planning for the future is important and one of our elder law attorneys can help older clients assess legal issues and prepare for the future. When that pre-planning has not occurred, an elder law attorney can advise the family on how best to address legal issues such as incapacity or the inability to live independently. These issues are often urgent and need immediate attention in order to preserve an elder’s health, care needs and estate. An experienced elder law attorney will understand the emergent nature of these legal issues and provide guidance on how best to proceed.
Estate consultation in Dayton.
We offer a consultation in Dayton to first assess what instruments or services will best fit a client’s situation without overdoing it and incurring unnecessary costs or administrative burdens. Many firms offering will, and trust services recommend wholly unnecessary instruments that require constant maintenance to keep effective. At Gravis Law, PLLC in Dayton, we want to ensure that your goals are achieved in the most simple, economic, and efficient way possible. To get started, submit your information in the form below and we will contact you shortly.
Gravis Law in Dayton.
Come visit us at Gravis Law Dayton. Our knowledge of Washington estate law will provide you with quality, caring, and personalized counsel while making hard decisions about when “it” happens. We look forward to assisting you in planning for your future and your family’s future.
Dayton, WA Estate Planning350 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 182
Dayton, WA 99328