Anne Markel-Crozer is the Director of Care Coordination for Bratton Scott Estate and Elder Care Attorneys


Bratton Scott Estate & Elder Care Attorneys have been advocating for and helping the elderly and disabled for more than 15 years.


They will be returning to the 2017 Ability Fair to share their unique services.


These services include:

  1. Legal needs—such as setting up a will or living will, and other estate planning documents.
  2. Financial needs—including helping map out what care their clients can afford and helping them discover what benefits they qualify for.
  3. Coordination of Care—helping make sure things are adapted in the home, developing a care plan so that the transition out of the home is a smooth one and more.


“I think many of our clients don’t know what benefits and services are out there to help them, so our job is to advocate for them when they don’t know what to advocate for,” said Anne Markel-Crozer, director of Elder Care Coordination. “It is crucial to have a care plan in place because it keeps options open in the future. There are many steps in between receiving care at home and moving to a nursing home, and many services that can be utilized to help our clients stay as independent as possible and in their home for longer.”


Anne and her team will be at the Ability Fair this year to help educate attendees about the importance of care planning and answer any questions.


“Many people think that they can’t afford attorneys, but at Bratton Scott we have a flat fee service to encourage our clients to call us with any questions without worrying about being billed,” said Anne. “Everyone that works in this firm cares about our clients. Our firm is like a family and all of our clients become a part of the Bratton Scott family.”


Join us at the third annual Ability Fair July 26 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Stockton University Campus Center. Meet more than 60 vendors with products and services designed to help you discover new ways to greater independence. Register for free at For more information and to learn about free transportation, call Jamie Hoagland at 609-748-5250.


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