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Elder Law

Elder Law

As we age, life becomes more complicated. Something as simple as paying a doctor bill becomes complex when you need to understand the relationship between Medicare, supplemental health insurance and the amount the physician is allowed to charge. Add Medicaid in the mix and most anyone will be confused.

This complexity is compounded when mental and physical health begins to deteriorate. Thus, our elderly are vulnerable to those whose intentions may be less than noble.

Let us help you.

Not only do we have the legal knowledge to properly advise you, we do so with compassion and a motivation to help. Many of us have personally experienced the devastating effects of a parent with Alzheimer’s disease or other debilitating illness.

Armed with this understanding, we provide practical advice in areas that include handling of assets, housing and payment options, your role as Patient Advocate, working with a stubborn parent (or child), dealing with the Social Security Administration and information on Veterans benefits.

We understand that travel is often difficult.  So we come to you whether that is your home, nursing home or hospital.


Long-Term Care Planning

If you or a loved one must enter a nursing home, we help you develop a plan which is the wisest and best use of your money so your goals are met within the confines of the law. We have heard our clients and family members say “Getting old is tough.” We listened; we are here to help you and your family through the difficult times.

Related Services: Medicaid Planning; Veterans Aid and Attendance

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