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Estate Planning & Elder Law

Older adults and their families often face difficult questions that have serious legal consequences. The lawyers at The Ladd Firm focus on issues faced by older adults and the people who are helping them make decisions. Our mission is to help families who are planning ahead, as well as those who are in crisis as a result of these issues. We also provide estate planning services for all types of families, including those with young children and family members with special needs. Our work is more than just drafting legally enforceable and properly executed paperwork. Providing helpful guidance, ensuring your trust, and providing peace of mind is the driving force behind our 25-plus years of serving the Mobile and Baldwin County communities.

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> Will the high cost of nursing home care deplete the family's savings?


> Can the family home be protected from the high cost of care? 


> How will financial and personal decisions be made for the senior if they lose the ability to care for themselves? 


> What is the best way to pass the home and other property to children or other heirs?  


In 2016, the average cost of nursing home care in Alabama was more than $70,000 per year.

- Genworth Financial