At least 70 percent of people over the age of 65 will require long-term care services at some point in their lives. Medicare and private health insurance programs do not pay for the majority of long-term care services that most people need – help with personal care such as dressing, use of the bathroom independently, walking, bathing and meal preparation. Long-term care planning is essential for individuals to be able to receive the care they might need. A good team of family, care providers, elder law attorneys, geriatric care managers and financial planners is critical.
- Guardianship & Incapacity
- Livings Wills & Healthcare Surrogates
- Long-Term Care Planning & Asset Protection
- Medicaid Planning & Veterans Benefits
- Power of Attorney & Living Wills
- Probate & Trust Administration
- Social Security
- Supplemental Needs Trusts
- Wills & Trusts
COVID-19: Our Office is Now Fully Open
May 5, 2020 We are happy to report that our office is now fully open while we continue to follow social distancing guidelines. These are the policies we have in place to serve our clients: Appointments are required for in-person meetings in our office. We are also able to conduct meetings via telephone or video […]read more >
COVID-19: An Update On How We Are Serving Clients
April 3, 2020 Due to the rapidly changing COVID-19 environment, we want to update you on the new policies we have in place to serve our clients: Our office team is still fully operational, however, we have changed how we are conducting business. Our office is now closed to walk-in traffic, and we have suspended […]read more >
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