Elder Law Planning
Growing old brings many benefits: grandchildren, time for pursuing hobbies and other activities, and — most hope — increased wisdom.
The legal implications of aging, however, increase as well, and many people procrastinate about talking about future challenges, like long term care planning.
Most of us would rather avoid difficult conversations about wills, end of life care, and funeral wishes. But as we and our loved ones age, our legal needs change. When it’s time to have these conversations, we’re here to help.
We can work with you to develop a plan that preserves funding and makes sure that the care you or a loved one needs doesn’t drain all your assets, like your retirement, investments, or home.
Think of this planning as an insurance policy. You hope you never have to use it but if you do, you’ve saved yourself potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars because you planned ahead.
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A Comprehensive Plan for the Future
State and federal laws/ regulations add more complexity — especially as many of those regulations change frequently. We use our knowledge and experience with elder law to recommend strategies for addressing future care needs.
We take the time to walk you through the process, answer your questions, and help you:
- Qualify for Medicaid
- Create quality of life and legacy preservation strategies
- Access and use veterans benefits
- Protect your (or your loved one’s) assets while ensuring you can afford the care you need
- Prepare the documents you need and verify their compliance with state and local laws
To learn more, please contact us for a free consultation.