CoG offers a no-cost initial consultation with one of our professional staff to assess your situation and suggest a plan of action. The initial consultation can take place either in person, virtually, or over the phone. In our initial consultation, our goal is to determine the type of services the individual needs and to identify the appropriate financial and legal support needed to access our services.
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The rules that govern the services and programs provided by CoG are complicated. While we are happy to meet with you to talk about your situation and explore the available options, we cannot offer legal advice.
We strongly encourage you to seek qualified and experienced legal advice from an elder law and estate-planning attorney as part of your planning process. A good place to start is the website of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).