Elder Law Contact Form

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When you or a loved one is advancing in age, it is important to hire an attorney who can help plan for the future, including ongoing healthcare and housing needs. At Akridge & Balch, P.C., we provide clients throughout East Alabama with valuable guidance in resolving elder law concerns.

Our knowledgeable attorneys will communicate clearly with you about what to expect. Contact us by calling 334-246-4697 to schedule a free initial consultation.

The requirements to receive Medicare and Medicaid funding can be confusing. To learn more about these programs and how they may impact your long-term care plan, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation with a lawyer experienced in elder law issues.

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Elder Law Contact Form

Name

Email Address

Phone Number

Business Phone

Cellular or Pager

Address

City

State

Zip

What is your marital status?

What is your age?

Do you own your home?
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Does anybody else reside with you at your home?
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Have you executed a will, trust, power of attorney, living will, health care proxy or any other estate planning document?
Yes  No 

If yes, please indicate the type of document.

Are you currently receiving assistance from Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, or any other government program?
Yes  No 

If yes, please specify the nature of your assistance.

Do you have a long-term care insurance policy?
Yes  No 

If yes, please provide the name of your insurance company and amount of coverage, if known.

Do you have any chronic physical or mental conditions for which you have sought medical attention?
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If yes, please specify each condition.

Do you have a family history of physical or mental conditions requiring prolonged medical attention?
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If yes, please specify each condition.

Have other attorneys worked on this matter?
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If yes, provide names, addresses, and a brief description of their involvement:

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