Elder Law Update At Large Edition Dec 2009 Vol II

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Long Term Care Planning Attorneys

The “3 Phase” Lawyers

Legal Counsel Assisting You in the 3 Phases of Your Life

–           Maturing Years – Will, Trust, Taxes, and Asset Protection

–           Senior Years – Long Term Care: Pre-Planning and Crisis Planning

–           Post Death Years – Estate, Probate, and Trust Administration

“Educate to Motivate”

Anthony B. Ferraro

Attorney-CPA

The Law Offices of Anthony B. Ferraro, LLC

The Estate & Trust, Elder and Asset Protection Law Firm

Columbia Centre I

5600 N. River Road, Suite 764 

Rosemont, IL 60018 

PH (847) 292-1220

FAX (847) 292-1221

Websiteabferrarolaw.com

Email:  abferraro@abferrarolaw.com

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