Your estate plan contains more than a will or trust.
I’m Kate Silburn, and although I’ve been practicing elder law for over twenty years, I also have a unique background as a hospice chaplain, which equips me to empathize with the difficult emotions surrounding an estate plan.
Many of my clients call me in a state of distress because they feel deeply concerned about the future. I always seek to provide a measure of peace and a sense of comfort, knowing that you and your loved ones will be protected in the event of an unforeseen circumstance, such as your loss of health, mental ability, or life.
Your estate plan with Rocky Mountain Elder Law comprises a body of documents designed to address all of your areas of concern, including a will, a power of attorney for both medical and financial decisions, a living will, and a last wishes declaration.
By creating a comprehensive estate plan, I can help give you a sense of peace and a measure of comfort, knowing that you have planned ahead for difficult scenarios.
Your estate plan does not merely address future events. Rather, your estate plan with Rocky Mountain Elder Law improves your state of mind in the here and now!
After more than twenty years of practicing elder law, I have seen how the fear of the future can weigh on your mind. Many of my clients call me because they worry about what might happen should they develop dementia or how they will afford long-term care.
After speaking with me, you will discover that simply having a plan relieves many of your concerns! You will come away with a new sense of order, direction, and relief.
Call me directly at 720-457-4573, or click to visit the Rocky Mountain Elder Law website.
It would be my honor to give you and your family peace of mind by creating and preserving your legacy.
Kate Silburn Founder of Rocky Mountain Elder Law