Elder law encompasses a variety of planning objectives and goals many of which deal with our most basic concerns as individuals-our autonomy.
Medicaid (which in Maine is known as MaineCare) is a federal and state funded program that pays medical and long-term care expenses for those that qualify. Do you or your spouse qualify? Either one or both of you might. Call and schedule an appointment with our elder law attorneys to find out.
Wills, revocable trusts (sometimes called "living trusts"), irrevocable trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives are just the starting point for effective estate planning. Asset coordination is important too. Many estates must be probated or require trust administration. Don't forget taxes, both income and estate (death) taxes. Don't worry, we have you covered.
We bill all estate planning matters on a flat fee basis with rare exceptions.
All of our fees are put in writing.
We are not satisfied until you are.
Our law firm is open for business, and we are committed to completing estate planning and elder law matters for as many clients as possible amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Indeed, there could not be a better time to complete your estate plan. To promote socially responsible distancing, all meetings that do not require a client’s physical presence will be held by phone or videoconference until further notice. We look forward to talking with you soon. Please follow us on social media for updates.
Smilie G. Rogers, JD, LL.M, is licensed to practice law in New Hampshire.
Smilie G. Rogers, JD, LL.M, is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts
P.O. Box 467
York, Maine 03909
Kennebunk: 2 Storer Street, Suite 111, Kennebunk, Maine 04043 (staffed for scheduled appointments made through the York office only)
279 York Street, York, Maine 03909, United States
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment