Help With Parents with Dementia/Alzheimer’s

Dealing with a parent with Alzheimer’s or any other form of dementia is a tremendous challenge — not only physically and emotionally, but financially and legally as well. At Surprenant & Beneski, P.C., our estate planning/elder care attorneys have an in-depth understanding of what care for such patients involves and...

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When the Signs of Aging Require Action

Preparing for aging is a complex and variable task, whether you are thinking of yourself, your spouse, your partner, or your parents. At Surprenant & Beneski, P.C., our elder care attorneys help clients in Southeastern Massachusetts take steps to make the changes that accompany aging easier to navigate. 

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Lifetime Planning for Solo Agers

Often, we say that estate planning is about thinking about your family, but what if you don’t have family? Solo agers are a demographic that, although unique, are not uncommon. More and more we are seeing a widow or a widower, divorced, never married or an only child who has no siblings...

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