My law firm will personalize elder law legal planning to address your lifestyle, age and vision for your future. As your elder law attorney, we ask: Where do you want to age? What financial resources and income do you own or need to make your plan possible? And, what legal documents are essential to implement your plan for aging according to your wishes? 

Your options may include:

  • Irrevocable Medicaid Trusts to legally preserve and shelter your home and other resources if you require Medicaid for nursing home care

  • Revocable Living Trusts to avoid probate and legally prevent Medicaid claims against your estate after your death

  • Medicaid applications for home care and nursing home care

  • Administrative hearings, including internal Medicaid insurance and external Fair Hearings when benefits are reduced

  • Real Estate Deed Transfers with retained Life Estate

  • Financial Powers of Attorney and Health Care Proxy to preserve your independence and provide for continuity and security without court involvement

  • Article 81 Guardianship to manage financial and health care decisions for incapacitated adults when there has been no prior planning or their legal documents are defective