Welcome to Aging in Maine a practice of Kevin Weatherbee Law Offices, PLLC. We're here to help you and your family with all your estate planning needs.
Our Services

Practice Areas

Special Needs Planning

If you have a child, sibling, parent, spouse, or other loved one who is physically, mentally or developmentally disabled whether from birth

Powers of Attorney

Very important for any comprehensive plan is your Powers of Attorney. The Powers of Attorney will allow someone you appoint to act on your behalf if you become incapacitated.

Asset Protection

Asset protection is a type of planning intended to protect one's assets from creditor claims. Individuals and business entities use asset

Real Estate Transactions

Assisting clients with Real Estate Transactions: Residential, Commercial, Purchase and Sale Agreements, Easements, Title Issues

About Us

Aging in Maine works closely with families and businesses to protect assets and ensure that all legal transactions safeguard the clients rights and best interest.

Estate Planning allows an individual to control their property while they are alive and able, to take care of themselves and their loved ones if they should become disabled or incapacitated, and give what they have the they want and when they want, while saving every tax dollar, professional fee and court cost possible.

Let us help you complete your Estate Planning needs: Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney – Financial and Advanced Healthcare Directives, Probate, Medicaid Planning, VA Planning, Camp Legacy Planning, Real Estate Transactions, Small Business Formation, Business Succession and Wealth Preservation Planning, Farm Succession Planning, Trust Administration, Guardianship’s, Special Needs Planning, Asset Protection Planning, Estate Tax Planning, Charitable Planning, and Pet Planning Trusts.

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Budgeting Tips for Seniors

Money is one of life’s biggest concerns. People of all ages struggle to stretch their dollars to meet their needs and wants. Many seniors live on a ...

Keeping Care in the Family: Putting It In Writing

Dorothy lived alone after her husband died. Soon her son Damien noticed that she didn’t have enough clean clothes, her fridge was empty, and she had...

Mind, Body, and Spirit…3 Reasons for Seniors to Stay Active

Physical activity has many benefits for senior citizens. These benefits can provide great improvement for the quality of life for seniors. Physical ac...

Why May is Special for Elder Law Attorneys – Part 1

May is National Elder Law Month, as designated by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.It is a way to acknowledge the profession that supports ...