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Elder Law, also known as Elder Care Law, is the practice of law dedicated to the needs of older clients. Elder law includes, but is not limited to, Estate Planning, Advance Medical Directives, Power(s) of Attorney, Long Term Care Planning, Asset Preservation, Guardianships, and Conservatorships. If an individual fails to properly plan for incapacity, a Guardian and/or Conservator may need to be appointed by the Probate Court. A Guardian is appointed by the Probate Court to manage an incapacitated person’s personal and custodial decisions including living arrangements, medical and health care decisions, and activities of daily living. Conservators are appointed by the Probate Court to manage the financial assets and resources of an incapacitated person.