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Free Elder Care Information -- Nursing Homes, Alzheimer's, Veterans Benefits
Kilbourne & Tully, P.C., Helping Your Loved Ones Get The Long-Term Care They Deserve While Legally Protecting Your Family’s Home and Assets.
"You Don’t Have To Go It Alone"
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Over the years, we have found that our clients often come to us with a number of common questions and concerns about protecting their home and assets, elder care, disability, litigation and Veteran’s benefits.

With this in mind, we have prepared a series of FREE Consumer Guides to help families in Connecticut educate themselves on steps they should be taking to get great care for their loved ones, while protecting their assets legally and ethically.

Experience the Ultimate Peace of Mind
Life Care Planning for seniors combines legal representation, asset protection and care coordination and advocacy into a single solution that answers all of the tough questions about your loved one’s long term care, NOW and in the future.

It is the ultimate protection for elders and their families. It is a customized pla n of action that specifies how our team will help you plan and coordinate every aspect of your loved one’s care during a long-term care illness or incapacity. It describes how your loved one’s medical, housing, legal and care needs will be met until the end of life without placing unnecessary burdens on relatives.

With Life Care Planning you get a complete plan of action for your loved one’s care for a one time flat rate fee. The elder gets the right care sooner, keeping maximum independence as long as possible and the ability to age with dignity. Families get help finding the right care and services, guidance with legal, health care and long-term care decisions as the elder ages and security for the spouse and dependents. One never has to wonder if they are doing everything they can for their loved one.

The Kilbourne & Tully, P.C. team surrounds you with the resources, support and guidance you need to make decisions with confidence. You are never alone. We have decades of experience guiding families through situations you may be facing now. We have access to the resources you will need to protect your loved one’s quality of life.

Get The Help You Need Right Now with Elder Care, Veterans benefits, Disability and Alzheimer's Legal Issues
We understand every situation is unique and would like to offer you a FREE Consultation with a qualified professional to discuss the individual needs for you and your family.

Our firm has helped hundreds of families in Connecticut by providing effective solutions to their real world issues. Call us today Toll Free (888) 583-8838...You Don’t Have To Go It Alone.

Book your FREE Consultation right now. Kilbourne & Tully, P.C. is ready to help.

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Dan Tully on Better Connecticut - "Dealing With Alzheimers"
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Seniors and their Families

Office: Toll Free 888-583-8838
E-mail: dtully@kilbourneandtully.com

Bristol Office: 120 Laurel Street, Bristol, CT 06010
North Haven Office: 605 Washington Avenue, North Haven, CT 06473
Glastonbury Office: 2389 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033

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