When looking for an elder law attorney, contact Elder Law Lexington. Our law firm is McClelland & Associates, PLLC and we concentrate on elder law, special needs counseling, trust services and estate planning. Elder Law Lexington specializes in personal service. Our process begins with listening carefully to each client to determine their planning goals, their concerns and their particular circumstances.
While a traditional law firm is focused primarily on functional expertise in a narrower legal practice area, Elder Law Lexington is client-centered and focused on the unique legal needs of the elderly and special needs families. Elder law is a relatively new field of law that deals with the issues faced by the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, the elderly. Elder law combines elements of Medicaid planning, special needs planning, adult guardianship, trusts, probate and estate planning. Elder law involves planning for complex health care, long-term care and other issues facing elderly and disabled individuals and their families. We prepare families for long-term care without exhausting their resources.
As people grow older, planning for the future becomes increasingly important. As people navigate the complex matters of estate and retirement planning, Social Security, Medicare, health care directives and long-term care, they’ll need sound legal advice and representation from an attorney they can trust to put their best interests first.
Without proper planning, best intentions may not be enough. Here are six of the most common estate planning mistakes people make:
Here are some of the services that Elder Law Lexington provides:
Robert McClelland holds an advanced Master of Laws degree in elder law from the Stetson University College of Law. He has been certified by the National Elder Law Foundation and is designated as a Certified Elder Law Attorney. With attorney Mark Maddox, the firm has counseled hundreds of clients concerning elder law issues.
Contact McClelland & Associates, PLLC in Lexington, Kentucky for an experienced elder law attorney.