Long-term care isn’t cheap and government programs can be difficult to navigate alone. An elder law attorney can help you prepare to qualify for Medicaid much faster and with less chance of penalties.
This makes it essential to work with a qualified elder law attorney to address your elder law matters. Such issues can include:
- Preservation of Estate. Your estate plan needs to be up to date, including estate documents like Powers of Attorney, even after receiving skilled nursing facility Medicaid benefits.
- Long-Term Planning. This type of planning will help ensure you and your loved ones are cared for in the future. You’ll plan for disabilities, health concerns, nursing homes, or other long-term care options.
- Medicaid Qualification. Long-term care isn’t cheap and government programs can be difficult to navigate alone. An elder law attorney can help you prepare to qualify for Medicaid much faster and with less chance of penalties.
- Caretaker Services. Caring for an elderly person as a caretaker or Power of Attorney agent can be stressful, especially when you don’t know your rights. You can take advantage of legal services to combat any points of concern, including the scope of your rights and any fraud issues that may arise.
The Law Office of Amy L. Phillips, PLLC has been serving elder law clients for years. We can help you address your “grey” law issues, get prepared to qualify for Medicaid, plan and protect your estate, and understand your caretaker’s rights.
To speak to an elder law attorney today, contact our office by phone at 863-268-8292 (FL) and 412-643-3999 (PA) or [click here] to set up your first fully confidential consultation.