If you need help arranging living assistance for yourself or an elderly loved one, you need to consult an elder law attorney. The elder law attorneys at ElderLawLexington work with you and your family members to formulate the most favorable care plan for our elderly clients.
Elder law is a highly specialized area of law that incorporates a variety of practice areas, including estate planning, Medicaid planning, asset protection, veterans benefits and more. ElderLawLexington strives to help our clients plan for and cope with the many legal, financial, medical and emotional challenges that accompany growing older. This often involves helping families obtain the long-term care they need and finding ways to pay for it. Our process at ElderLawLexington begins with listening carefully to each client to determine their planning goals, their concerns and their particular circumstances. Our attorneys who work with the elderly and those with special needs bring more to our practice than expertise in elder law. Robert McClelland and Mark Maddox have counseled hundreds of clients concerning elder law.
Long-term care planning is for people who are healthy now but want to be prepared for the possibility that they will need expensive long-term care in the future. ElderLawLexington can use a variety of strategies and tools to help you prepare for the cost of long-term care. We can also structure your estate so that you will be eligible for assistance from Medicaid to defray the costs of nursing home care.
Elder law involves planning for complex health care, long-term care and other issues facing elderly and disabled individuals and their families. Studies show that the elderly stand a 40 percent chance of needing unexpected long-term care before they die. As people grow older, planning for the future becomes increasingly important.
In order to formulate the appropriate plan for our clients, ElderLawLexington will do the following:
The range of services offered by ElderLawLexington includes:
Contact ElderLawLexington - McClelland & Associates, PLLC at (859) 543-0061 to discuss your particular elder law options.