While there is an assumption that elder law is exclusive to seniors, the benefits of elder law planning apply to a broad range of age and demographics. If your parent or loved one is aging or becomes impaired or injured and you’re trying to help them receive health care or benefits, you’ve come to the right place.
Perhaps you or your loved one needs help figuring out how they’ll pay for nursing home care for an extended period of time—elder law and all the practice areas under its umbrella can help.
Some common areas include: Medicaid Planning or Litigation, Medicaid applications for long-term care, Estate Planning for long-term care, Guardianship, Special needs planning, Conservatorship, Elder Abuse and Elder Exploitation. Our firm concentrates in all of the above areas and we are skilled at finding the best planning strategies to help you or your loved one navigate any complexities during aging.
Many legal issues that face seniors today are best dealt with proactively, and through the counsel of an experienced elder care lawyer. Our elder law and estate planning practice features the following services:
Extensive counseling to create an effective estate plan, including revocable and irrevocable trusts, wills, health care proxies, living wills, and powers of attorney
Special needs planning
Probate & trust administration
Medicaid & Medicare planning
Nursing home placement issues