Partners Ellen S. Morris and Howard S. Krooks have joined Cozen O'Connor, an Am Law 100 firm with more than 825 attorneys in 30 cities. If you or a family member is in need of an elder law or special needs planning attorney, you’ve come to the right place. Elder law and special needs planning are highly complex areas of law that should only be handled by qualified elder law and special needs planning attorneys. We give families peace of mind.arrow_forward Learn More
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Elder law is a diverse, complex practice area that requires our attorneys, paralegals and staff to possess legal knowledge and expertise across a wide variety of legal fields. Be sure to check out wide range of practice areas and areas of expertise below.
Is over age 55 for general estate planning and advance directive documents, including a will, trust, durable power of attorney, living will, designation of health care surrogate, HIPAA release and designation of pre-need guardian.
Is over age 18 to plan for possible incapacity even before you age to determine who will make decisions for you if you can’t due to illness or injury.
Is disabled, incapacitated or diagnosed with a disability for Medicaid, veteran benefits or special needs trust planning.