Preparing for Your Appointment

Thank you for scheduling an appointment with us.

Thank you for scheduling an appointment with us. The best way to make the most out of your appointment is to do some homework. Take some time to thoroughly fill out the planning packet we send to you, and gather relevant information, such as your current Will, Trust, and Power of Attorney.  Bringing other relevant documentation such as deeds and account statements will also prove helpful.   We are not trying to get into your kitchen, but the more detail you can provide, the more productive and efficient your appointment will be. This information will help us customize our advice to you based on your own unique circumstances.

Next, make a list of questions that you want to ask during the meeting.

Also, we'd like you to bring a couple of pictures (photo copies or digital versions are fine).  One shot should show you our love one currently and the other as a young adult.  It helps to remind us that we are all on the elder care continuum together.

And finally, relax. We are here to help you not quiz you.

We often see clients who are meeting with us following a crisis, an illness, a fall, or even a death. We recognize that you may not have all the information you would like. Take a deep breath, and do the best that you can.

We look forward to spending time getting to know you and your family and finding ways that we can help.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Useful Resources

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Whether you're planning for your parents, your spouse, or even yourself, The Law Practice of Dennison Keller, LLC will meet you at the crossroads of legal and care advocacy to show you one clear path out of the maze and get you on the road toward your own peace of mind.