Elder Law

Elder Law includes a wide range of subjects, including matters relating to Medicaid, including asset protection, Medicaid spend down, look back periods, avoiding or dealing with disqualification for Medicaid, and planning for a situation where one spouse needs to enter long term care, but the other may be able to remain in the home. Other important parts of Elder Law include protective proceedings such as guardianships and conservatorships; planning for the future with Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Nominations of Guardian or Conservator, and the like; and even assisting with probates and/or administration of trusts after someone passes on or for some other reason needs someone else to manage a trust. Elder Law attorneys can also be of assistance in helping a person to fill out an Advance Directive for Health Care, which is sometimes called a Living Will.

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