Working with an experienced elder law attorney can help you prepare for the challenges of aging while preserving your legacy for your loved ones, but finding the right attorney is no small task. There are three primary factors you should consider: experience, testimonials from past clients, and a commitment to empowering seniors.
Elder law is complex because every senior has unique needs. You want to hire an attorney who has practiced in this area for several years and is committed to continuing education. Someone who only handles the occasional elder law client simply doesn’t have the breadth of knowledge you need to plan for your future.
Attorney John J. Peck has practiced law in eastern North Carolina for over 40 years. At Legacy Lawyers, he practices exclusively in the areas of asset protection, estate planning, and elder law. As an instructor at estate planning and elder law workshops and seminars throughout North Carolina and the southeastern US, John is committed to staying up to date on the latest developments in the field.
Testimonials From Past Clients
Knowing how the elder law attorney you are considering has been able to help seniors like you can give you a better understanding of whether their services are a good fit. Any skilled attorney should be willing to provide testimonials from past clients.
If you are interested in working with Legacy Lawyers, you can read testimonials from our past clients on the client reviews section of our website. Browse through these stories to learn how we’ve assisted with asset protection, paying for long-term care, avoiding probate, and other common elder law concerns.
A Commitment to Empowering Seniors
You may not have gone to law school, but you deserve to understand the reasoning behind the decisions you are making in regards to your assets and estate plan. A skilled elder law attorney should be willing to answer any questions you have in plain language.
At Legacy Lawyers, John believes in empowering North Carolina seniors to make the choices that are right for them. He offers a wealth of information online, free seminars and workshops, and a free 15-minute consultation. Call our office in Wilmington or fill out the contact form on this page to learn more.