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Aging in Maine

Local Elder Law & Estate Planning Services

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Welcome to Aging in Maine, a practice of Kevin W. Weatherbee Law Offices, PLLC. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we want you to know we are OPEN and here to continue to help serve you and your family with all your Maine Estate & Maine Elder Law needs.

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To our Valued Friends and Clients,

We are in the business of serving people and amid this coronavirus outbreak, it’s important that we give you as much flexibility as possible when working with our firm.

During this time of concern, if you have a scheduled appointment or plan to meet with us, we want you to know that virtual meetings are available. Web meetings will enable us to connect, review your unique circumstances, and evaluate your needs, all from the comfort of your home or office, without delaying your planning objectives. Learn more about how we are offering Online Estate Planning to our clients at this time.

On the other hand, if you prefer to, or must, consult us in person, be reassured that we are taking extraordinary care to protect all our health by adhering strictly to Centers for Disease Control guidelines.

If you have any questions, need more information, or would like to schedule an appointment please contact our office at (207)848-5600.

Your safety and peace of mind is our priority. Aging in Maine wishes you good health and peace of mind to you and your loved ones.

  • 20 Years Of Experience

    Focusing on all aspects of Elder Law and Estate Planning Services. 

  • Aging in Maine Loves Helping

    Local families and businesses preserve their legacies. 

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Helping Our Clients Preserve Their Legacies

Our Estate Planning Services

MaineCare Planning

Proper Medicaid planning will help individuals pay the high costs associated with long-term care and protect their assets.

Wills & Trusts

You probably already know that, in a will, you name whom you want to handle your final affairs and whom you want to receive your assets after you pass.

Powers of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is the written legal authority to grant an individual to act on your behalf allowing them to make important decisions in your best interest.

Special Needs Planning

If you have a child, sibling, parent, spouse, or other loved one who is physically, mentally, or developmentally disabled he or she may be entitled to valuable government benefits.

Asset Protection

Asset Protection Planning is proactive planning to insulate assets against risks, minimize the risk of loss, and deter lawsuits.

Probate

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person, resolving all claims, and distributing the deceased person’s property under a will.

VA Planning

Veterans are an important class of our population and as such, it is important to know about the various benefits available to them.

Camp Legacy Planning

People lucky enough to own a camp, cottage, or vacation home often envision their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren enjoying their beloved camp, cottage, or cabin.

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Experienced Local Estate Planning

Our law firm loves helping our local Aging population.  Maine has the country’s oldest population by median age and its highest concentration of baby boomers. With an aging populace come challenges but also opportunities to assist our clients with proactive estate planning.  Unfortunately, we see all too often when someone hasn’t set a plan in place and we are tasked with the position of assisting with their crisis planning. Taking the time to explain the “what if’s” that life can throw at us and how everyone should have some level of a plan in place is why we are committed to the practice of Maine Elder Law and Estate Planning.

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