There are many legal fields designed to help people navigate through different stages of their lives. In fact, there is a type of law that assists aging populations in the legal issues that impact their lives. This field of law is known as Elder Law, specifically created to help older populations through various legal matters. Circling Eagle Law can help explain the field of Elder Law, as well as how it differs for Tribes.
What is Included?
Any legal issue involving the care of our elders and loved ones have the potential to be complex and challenging. Elder Law attorneys understand the complexities of these cases, as unique circumstances surround the aging process. For example, our loved ones can become more vulnerable with age, making it more possible for others to manipulate them for their own benefit. Elder Law attorneys can intervene and help aging individuals with areas of concern during their lives and after death, working with family members to reach agreements.
At Circling Eagle Law we strive to provide elders with the care that they deserve. Our team takes on cases from the following areas:
Power of attorney
It is important to note that sometimes specific circumstances add complexities to Elder Law cases.
Tribal Elder Law
Not every practice is equipped to take on cases specifically for individuals from Tribal communities. Circling Eagle Law has extensive experience in Tribal and Elder Law, providing clients with the care necessary for their unique situation. While elders are respected members of Tribal communities, they still face many challenges due to the inequities perpetuated by outside forces. This is why it is critical to have an attorney experienced in Tribal Law to assist individuals in drafting and planning their estate and wishes for future care.
Circling Eagle Law, We Can Help
If you or a loved one need assistance with areas of Elder Law, our team can help. Not only do we have the necessary experience to provide you with the aid you need, but our team also has a deep understanding of the complexities of Tribal Law.
Call us at (701) 401-7404 to speak with one of our skilled attorneys about Elder Law today!