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Baldwin County Elder Law Attorneys

Elder Law

Elder Law Attorneys Serving Alabama

Preparing for the future is a very important process. Whether you are interested in getting your affairs in order or helping a loved one do so, Stone Crosby, P.C. is here to help. Our firm’s goal is to help you feel at ease and relieved that you or a loved one is prepared for every situation. Some of these discussions can seem daunting, so it can be of great value to seek the help of an attorney whose compassion and guidance matches their ability and knowledge of the subject. The attorneys at Stone Crosby, P.C. have the experience to help families in all areas of elder law. Our attorneys work diligently for every client, guiding them in making arrangements that are in their best interest and offering them a peace of mind for the future. Contact Stone Crosby, P.C. to schedule a consultation to discuss your needs or the needs of a family member.

Our elder law services

Stone Crosby, P.C. helps clients create long-term care plans for their future or the future of loved ones. Our firm tailors our services to meet the needs of the client. Every situation is different. The attorneys at Stone Crosby, P.C. help their clients make crucial legal decisions about their long-term financial and care plans, including, but not limited to:

  • Estate planning
  • Conservatorship
  • Medicaid planning
  • Long-term care planning
  • Special needs planning
  • Guardianships
  • Financial planning
  • Asset protection
  • Advance directives
  • Power of attorney

Contact Stone Crosby, P.C.

Planning for the future is one of the most important things you can do for yourself or your loved one in the present. Stone Crosby, P.C. provides effective legal services in the area of elder law. With over a century of service to Alabama, Stone Crosby, P.C. is ready to guide you through the process and make sure that your needs or the needs of a loved one are met. To schedule a consultation with an experienced elder law attorney, contact Stone Crosby, P.C.

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