Elder Law

We review options for long-term care if you or your family member are unable to live independently, including home care, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and continuing care retirement communities.

We also help determine how best to pay for long-term care given income, assets, and estate planning goals. We consider the availability of long-term care insurance and public benefits, such as Medicare, Medicaid, and Veteran’s benefits, and assist with applications for public benefits, as needed.

We also advise seniors and their families on numerous issues related to aging.  This includes forms of substitute decision-making like powers of attorney and guardianship, as well as how to protect seniors from exploitation and financial mismanagement in the event of incapacity.

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