FREE “Ask a Lawyer” Event & Lunch – Wed., Feb. 19

Join us for a FREE “Ask a Lawyer” event, including fried chicken lunch, on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the Flower Mound Senior Center from 12 noon to 1 pm. 

Travis Weaver, an attorney focused on elder law, will provide info and answer your questions on legal concerns for those 55+ and their loved ones (details below).

Enjoy a free lunch of fried chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, gravy, and cole slaw.

Seating is limited. Call 817-638-9016 to reserve your space!

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Wednesday, February 19 – Free event and free fried chicken lunch from 12 noon to 1 pm 

Event Location
Flower Mound Senior Center 
2701 W. Windsor Dr.

Seating limited! Please call 817-638-9016 to reserve your place

Answering questions and providing info about legal concerns for those 55+ and their families/caregivers including
–Qualifying for Medicaid-paid Nursing Home Care
–Wills & Probate
–Power of Attorney
–FAQ time for your 55+ legal questions

Can’t make it? Call Travis Weaver, attorney, at 817-638-9016 for a free 30 minute phone meeting about legal concerns for those 55+

New office in Flower Mound!
We’re proud to provide easy accessibility for clients needing an elder law attorney in Flower Mound, Bartonville, Lantana, Argyle, and the surrounding area. 

Flower Mound Office Location
4315 Windsor Centre Trail, #500
Flower Mound, TX
(Shared with Chenault Law Firm)

Bartonville Office Location
Bartonville Town Center
2648 FM 407, Suite 215 F
Bartonville, TX 

Wise County – Principal Office Location 
(about 15 minutes from Denton, Decatur, and Fort Worth)

101 W. First St.
Rhome, TX 

 

 

 

 

 

FREE “Ask a Lawyer” Event & Breakfast – Friday, Jan. 31 at 10 am

Join us for a FREE “Ask a Lawyer” event, including country breakfast, on Friday, Jan. 31, at Robson Ranch. 

Travis Weaver, an attorney focused on elder law, will provide info and answer your questions on legal concerns for those 55+ and their loved ones (details below).

Enjoy a free country breakfast with scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausage, biscuits, gravy, coffee, and juice at this educational event.

Seating is limited. Call 817-638-9016 to reserve your space!

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Friday, January 31 – Free event and free country breakfast
10 am to 11 am 

Event Location
Robson Ranch Clubhouse – Boardroom
9400 Ed Robson Blvd in Denton

Seating limited! Please call 817-638-9016 to reserve your place

Answering questions and providing info about legal concerns for those 55+ and their families/caregivers including
–Qualifying for Medicaid-paid Nursing Home Care
–Wills & Probate
–Power of Attorney
–FAQ time for your 55+ legal questions

Can’t make it? Call Travis Weaver, attorney, at 817-638-9016 for a free 30 minute phone meeting about legal concerns for those 55+

New office in Flower Mound!
We’re proud to provide easy accessibility for clients needing an elder law attorney in Flower Mound, Bartonville, Lantana, Argyle, and the surrounding area. 

Flower Mound Office Location
4315 Windsor Centre Trail, #500
Flower Mound, TX
(Shared with Chenault Law Firm)

Bartonville Office Location
Bartonville Town Center
2648 FM 407, Suite 215 F
Bartonville, TX 

Wise County – Principal Office Location 
(about 15 minutes from Denton, Decatur, and Fort Worth)

101 W. First St.
Rhome, TX 

 

 

 

 

 

What Are the Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease?

The symptoms of Alzheimer’s and dementia develop slowly over a number of years Sometimes these signs are mistaken for normal, age-related mental decline instead of the result of a more serious problem.

Because the symptoms progress slowly, it’s easy for loved one’s to deny they even exist until an event happens that is so uncharacteristic or bizarre that the symptoms become undeniable.

We’ve seen this type of denial in our family.

Look for the below-mentioned signs and consider a planning meeting with our attorneys before the situation deteriorates beyond repair.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, the following are ten warning signs of Alzheimer’s:

  1. Memory loss that disrupts daily life, especially newly-learned information. Early symptoms include repeatedly asking the same questions, and increasingly relying on memory aids, such as notes, to recall routine tasks.
  2. Challenges in planning or solving problems. The onset of Alzheimer’s can make it difficult keep track of finances, and plan and cook meals. Sometimes, people give gifts or make unusual purchases.
  3. Difficulty completing familiar tasks at home, work, or leisure, such as driving to a familiar location or recalling the rules of a game.
  4. Disorientation of time or place. Those with Alzheimer’s can experience confusion about where they are, how they got there, or what day it is.
  5. Trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships, such as depth perception. This leads to people tripping on stairs or ledges and can cause physical harm.
  6. New problems with words in speaking or writing. People with Alzheimer’s struggle with remembering the right word or use the wrong word to describe familiar objects. Sometimes, people will avoid discussing certain issues or avoid situations altogether to cover up these signs.
  7. Misplacing things and losing the ability to retrace steps to locate them. This includes keys and medications.
  8. Poor or impaired judgment. Those with Alzheimer’s may be more prone to give away large sums of money to telemarketers, dress inappropriately, or keep up with personal hygiene. They may even forget to eat for days at a time.
  9. Withdrawal from work or social activities.
  10. Changes in mood and personality. Symptoms can include mood swings, anxiety and delusions.

Our recommendations if a loved one is experiencing these symptoms:

The Alzheimer’s Association recommends seeing a doctor right away if you or someone you love experiences any of these symptoms because early diagnosis and treatment can delay the progression of Alzheimer’s.

In our pre-planning session, we discuss estate planning documents to protect your loved ones and options for long term care including Medicaid and VA planning.

Schedule a meeting today. 817.638.9016 or RWeaver@weaverlegal.net