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Building relationships to provide you with a Safety Net

Do you lie awake at night wondering what will happen if you need more help or there is an emergency?  If you are aging alone, planning is critical to preserve your dignity, give you peace of mind, and ensure your wishes are respected.  Our Aging Allies and Safety Net programs will give you peace of mind.

Step #1: Creating your Aging Ally Plan:
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With over 25 years of experience working with solo seniors, our Aging Allies Plan includes:

  • Getting to know you, your values, wishes and goals

  • Reviewing your current financial, medical, housing and social situation

  • Evaluating your ability to qualify for MassHealth or Veteran’s Benefits

  • Identifying your aging allies, people that you want to look out for you. 

  • Identifying who will serve as power of attorney, health care proxy, trustee, or personal representative.  We are willing to serve in these roles..

  • Executing your estate planning documents

Step #2:  Providing you with a Safety Net:

If you choose to appoint our attorneys to act in important decision making roles we will build an ongoing relationship, so we will be prepared to implement your wishes if there is a crisis.  Our "Safety Net Plan" includes:

  • Scheduled check ins 

  • Annual meetings to review and update your legal, financial, medical, housing and social situation

  • Updates to your existing legal documents as needed

  • Checking in annually with your Aging Allies team

  • Developing a crisis response plan

Is the Safety Net Plan for you?
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Life is uncertain and no one knows when a medical emergency or crisis could happen.  You need to plan while you are still able to make decisions for yourself.  We recommend the Safety Net Plan for those that are:

  • Over age 65 and don't have family or friends to rely on

  • Concerned about declining health and don't have anyone to make medical decisions

  • Lying awake at night worried about who will handle things in the event of an emergency

  • Have appointed our attorneys to serve in important decision making roles

Since 2001, Senior Solutions has been a trusted Boston area Elder Law Firm, as evidenced by:

  • Clients trust us to act as their fiduciaries

  • Judges have asked us to serve as Guardians and Conservators 

  • The Governor has designated Attorney Kathy McNair as a Public Administrator for Suffolk County, for those that die without family or a will. 


Our attorneys are one generation below most of our clients.  We plan to be around for the long haul.  If you live outside of the Boston, Massachusetts area and are looking for fiduciaries and professionals to assist you, please visit for a directory of professionals near you, who help seniors who are planning on aging alone prepare for their future.

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Phone: 617-489-5900,

30 Church Street, Suite 210, Belmont, MA 02478

Senior Solutions LLC

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