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Peace of Mind for You…


Security for them…

Are you concerned that nursing home and long-term care costs are approaching — and even exceeding — $10,000 per month? Here are some other sobering facts:

  • One out of every 10 Americans will spend 5 years in a nursing home
  • Older Americans can’t rely on traditional programs like Social Security and Medicare. Once they were more than enough, but no longer.
  • Elder care benefits are being cut back at the same time expenses are escalating

It’s time to get some sanity back into all this mayhem. With proper planning, there is absolutely no reason to go broke in a nursing home.

We are dedicated to helping you and your family secure peace of mind and a rock solid foundation for those you love. We do this by carefully listening to you until we understand specifically your concerns, hopes and goals.

We understand families want options both now and in the future to care for, protect and provide for each other and those they love. Countless families, with our guidance, have achieved goals like:

  • Protecting a surviving spouse
  • Protecting children and grandchildren
  • Preserve a family legacy

Attorney James Scheibeler Estate Planning saves millions of dollars annually from the grasp of the health care establishment, for the benefit of clients and their families.

Call our office today to schedule your no fee consultation to see how we can best serve you in protecting all that you have worked so diligently for. This will provide us time to discuss the outline of the “Peace of Mind Asset Strongbox” tailored specifically to YOUR needs.

Looking forward to speaking with you.



The Attorney James Scheibeler firm is located in Danielson and proudly serves all of Connecticut including Bridgeport, New Haven, New London, Norwich, Groton, Plainfield, Putnam, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury and New Britain.

Attorney James Scheibeler


35 Academy Street
Danielson, CT 06239

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