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Enjoy your golden years without worrying about your financial well-being. The ElderLaw Firm can handle your estate planning and map out long term care options.

North Carolina Estate Planning & Elder Care Law

Legal Planning for Peace of Mind

How can we help?

North Carolina Estate Planning & Elder Care Law

Legal Planning for Peace of Mind

How can we help?

Enjoy your golden years without worrying about your financial well-being. The ElderLaw Firm can handle your estate planning and map out long term care options.

Questions about planning your estate?

Get answers about planning your estate for the second half of life answered

Why people love us

Nicki Stewart

Donna explained the estate process thoroughly every step of the way. I am confident everything was handled correctly to close the estate. It is invaluable to have the services of The Elderlaw Firm when handing an estate.

Lee Grant

Helped me understand my options. Reassured me everything was in compliance with NC law. Friendly and sympathetic to my situation.

Karen Lemons

Using Mr David Tomans law firm was the best thing we ever did. When my mothers health began to fail, we went to Mr Toman to have all the papers drawn up and real estate and estate planning, etc. he drew up everything I needed.

Michael McMullen

The firm offered great service with attention to detail. As a recent widower needed to change everything. Elizabeth did a great job in explaining all the documents.

Toby Rosen

Dennis is great to work with and easy to communicate with. His team is always there to help and everyone at the firm seemed very knowledgeable. I'd definitely work with Dennis again!

Libby Scandale

We are extremely pleased with the competence and personal care given to us. From start to finish, The Elderlaw Firm proved their full command of the complexities involved in modern will-making and estate planning. Attorneys Dennis Toman and Elizabeth Thames are first class in every way and highly responsive to client needs.

RWH

Designation

"The seminar was so helpful. We appreciate the advice and “listening” so sincerely to our concerns. Superior estate planning documents that addressed our needs and alleviated our concerns for the future."

Take The Next Step

Well as the saying goes, “It’s easier to get old than it is to get wise.” Clearly you’ve gained wisdom over years because you’ve asked yourself questions that worry you and you’re here seeking answers. The fact that you’re reading this means you’re ready to find your trustworthy guide for your planning.

Experienced staff of elder law specialists and attorneys guide you through your estate planning and trust administration.

What We Do

At the Elderlaw Firm, Greensboro knows us for providing caring and effective action and advice. Clients quickly learn that we don’t just work for them. Our job as your estate planning legal experts is to provide you with the counsel and resources you need to make informed decisions about both your financial future, and the financial future of your family members and loved ones here in North Carolina. Our elder law attorneys and staff members have extensive experience catering to just about any need our clients have, and we all prioritize one thing: making the men and women we work with feel at home.

We know that planning for the future can be uncomfortable. That’s why from the first time you call us and then step in our door you’ll be treated like family. Our experienced Greensboro team will take the time to listen to what you want for your future and understand your situation and what’s important to you. Our goal is for you to leave with peace of mind knowing that you’ve gotten the attention you deserve and the legal expertise that you need.

When you’re ready to get started, please give us a call at (336) 378-1122 or, contact us online. We look forward to hearing from you!

Learning Center

We have the legal resources you need to make the best estate planning decisions for your future! At The Elderlaw Firm learning center, you’ll find everything you need to know to understand the basics of elder law and estate planning here in North Carolina-- helpful when deciding which questions you want to ask us! We’ve designed our learning center to offer the best and latest in elder law and estate planning practices, tools, and tips-- and the best part is that the content is absolutely free. Click below to dive in and see what we have in store!

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