When A Loved One Struggles With Opioid Addiction, You Must Protect Their Future
A family member facing a drug addiction is a painful and challenging time for everyone involved. The emotional and mental struggles you are facing, as well as the changing family dynamics and stressors, can make you feel hopeless.
The outlook for the future can look bleak — especially, if you are not always available to care for your loved one. If you were to pass away unexpectedly or know your loved one may continue to struggle indefinitely, they might be out of options without your help. The team at The Hughes Law Firm has over 40 years of experience helping Denver families plan for the future regarding rehab and recovery.
A Personal Interest In Helping Your Family
Our attorneys and legal support team understand firsthand how drug addiction can affect a family and make recovery seem out of reach. The only thing you can control is providing for your loved one in a controlled way as they continue with their addiction battle.
We are not addiction experts, but we have years of experience structuring legal trusts that safely manage the rehab and recovery of loved ones. These are essential if a minor or financial dependent loses their parents or other caregivers unexpectedly or they become disabled mid-crisis. We have experience creating legal solutions to protect the recovery from alcohol, marijuana, meth and cocaine abuse. Now opioids are the crisis facing local families.
What Our Firm Can Do For You
We will work with you to create a tailored estate plan to bring you peace of mind. Controlling finances can be helpful to provide for costs but keep funds directly sent to the rehab and treatment centers.
We can help set up an opioid-specific trust to cover costs for:
- Counseling or therapy sessions
- Rehab centers or in-patient treatment centers
- Hospital visits and medical bills
- Starting fresh after recovery
Colorado Drug Addiction Is Growing
Addiction can happen to anyone, from young adults to professionals, seniors, fathers, mothers and teenagers. Colorado now ranks second in the nation for states with opioid abuse. We have seen OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin, fentanyl, codeine, morphine, heroin and street drugs tear families apart, and the opioid crisis is growing worse.
If this situation is affecting your family member, we want to hear what you and your family are going through. We want to explain your legal options and how we can help.
We Can Provide Peace Of Mind And Help For Your Family
We offer a free, confidential and comfortable 20-minute private meeting to discuss how our lawyers can help protect your loved one’s future. Call (303) 758-0680 today or reach out online to schedule your appointment.
We want to provide you with peace of mind and hope for your loved one. Your action today could change your loved one’s life tomorrow — and possibly even save it.