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Planning for the care of an aging loved one can feel stressful and overwhelming. With our help, it doesn’t have to be.
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Planning for the care of a loved one can be stressful
We know you are worried about how you or your loved one will receive good care without running out of money. All of the tasks involved in caring for a loved one, managing the shrinking finances, and trying to maintain your own health can be daunting. This leaves you stressed about the future—but we can help. Many do not realize that an experienced Elder Law attorney can help you qualify for benefits and create a strategy that makes long-term care more affordable and manageable while protecting family assets. Don’t wait until assets have been depleted. We can help you avoid a financial crisis.
We’re advisors who care for you, long after you leave our offices.
Our team understands the stressors that come with aging. We know how to access benefits and we focus on getting results that work for your unique situation.
We believe that providing helpful information and listening to your concerns with empathy and compassion can make a difference. Our goal is to help you relieve fear, anxiety, and confusion so that you can make good decisions.
Our clients rate our services high for satisfaction, outcome, and experience:
Overall Service Satisfaction
"I received advice that was helpful and beneficial to my needs"
"The attorneys and staff were responsive to my questions and concerns"
"I had trust and confidence in the knowledge and skills of my attorneys and staff"
“Make estate planning a PRIORITY! Have a plan-avoid probate when possible.”
“Thanks to all of you for your help during this stressful time.”
“Prompt, professional, extremely knowledgeable.”
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Call our office to schedule your Long Term Care Consultation. During your consultation, we’ll make sure you understand all of the options available to you and how you can get the benefits you deserve.
Navigate the system with the help of an expert.
If you choose to have us implement your plan, we’ll take care of every step so you can get back to your life.
Feel Confident that your loved one will be taken care of.
Experience the relief that comes from knowing you or your loved one will receive good care while protecting family assets.
As elder law attorneys, our goal is to help seniors make and implement plans that will help them live independently, with dignity, for as long as possible.
We provide guidance and assistance in helping families to plan for the cost of long-term health care, including the cost of nursing home care, which can exceed $9000 per month. Our elder law attorneys and staff help seniors and their families understand the confusing laws surrounding Medicaid planning. Contact our office today to discuss the specifics of your case.
If you or your loved one is facing an admission to a nursing home, it is very possible that you may, through proper Medicaid planning, be able to protect the assets of the individual or family and qualify for Medicaid assistance.
You may hear a lot of advice from neighbors, friends and well-meaning people who do not understand the ever-changing laws and rules governing the Medicaid program. Following that advice or trying self-help remedies can lead to financial disaster. Our attorneys and staff are highly experienced in Medicaid planning. Take the time to meet with us and find out what can be done to qualify for the benefits you or your family member deserves.
We will also take charge of preparing and submitting the Medicaid Application. This may seem like a process you could handle yourself, but we urge you not to. It is subject to very specialized rules and regulations. A mistake in the application can be very costly and create delay. It’s not a do-it-yourself project. Our Elder Law Attorneys and Paralegal are trained in the process and attentive to the critical details which are part of every application.
Through proper use of Estate Planning, including Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Patient Advocate Designations, you can take important steps to plan for the possibility of future long-term care and avoid the need to plan in a crisis. The U.S. Department of Health Reports that at least 70% of individuals over the age of 65 will require long term health care, yet 2/3 of people over the age of 40 don’t consider pre-planning a priority. Planning for long term care before you need it is far less costly and less difficult than leaving that task to others when you are no longer able to do so.