US Elder Planning© is dedicated to providing resources and information to improve the quality of life for elderly individuals, their children, and caretakers. Most elder issues include daily, health related, financial, legal, and lifestyle needs of an individual or couple. Some Elder issues require professional advice and assistance from an expert such as a social worker, financial planner, insurance agent, or attorney. This site provides resources and information in order for you to better understand elder issues and plan accordingly. Additionally, this site is a guide to assist you in recognizing when an elder issue requires professional help and how to choose the right professional for your elder issue. US Elder Planning is committed to providing resources and information to assist you in creating an elder plan(s), which when properly implemented, positively affects your quality of life and life of others around you.

Elder planning resources and information on this site should not be considered a substitute for professional advice.

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US Elder Planning provides elder planning information. Some of the information contained in this site is legal information. US Elder Planning does not provide legal advice. The legal information provided on this site are examples of general legal concepts and principles which may or may not be applicable to a particular person’s situation. US Elder Planning is not a law firm, does not give legal advice, and no attorney-client relationship exists between, US Elder Planning, Matthieu J. Massengill, P.C., Matthieu J. Massengill, the site, and any user.

This site accepts articles and comments from the general public and US Elder Planning makes no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to this site. Since legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances and jurisdiction of each client case, and laws are constantly changing, nothing contained in this site should be considered as a substitute for the advice of competent counsel.

US Elder Planning is a place to start your research of elder issues and planning. US Elder Planning encourages you to seek and obtain advice and assistance from an elder planning professional to ensure that your plan is tailored to your specific circumstances.

Editor and Contributor

Matthieu J. Massengill is an attorney living in Amherst, Massachusetts and practicing elder, estate, and business planning. Attorney Massengill is the principal of Matthieu J. Massengill, P.C. which practice areas include elder planning, estate planning, trust and fiduciary administration, probate administration, tax planning, business planning, and real estate transactions. Attorney Massengill holds a Bachelor Degree from Warren Wilson College (1989), Juris Doctor from Western New England College School of Law (2001), and Master of Laws in Estate Planning and Elder Law, LL.M., from Western New England College School of Law (2008). Attorney Massengill is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Further information about Attorney Massengill and Matthieu J. Massengill P.C. please go to www.masselderplanning.com.