Elder law attorneys handle the unique issues that older adults face in planning to age with dignity.
Our legal team understands how to protect complicated and high-net-worth estates from rising nursing home costs. We can also help you or your loved one qualify for benefits that contribute to paying for assisted living facilities.
As you age, you may find that you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself or manage your own affairs due to declining health or other factors.
This can be a frightening and stressful experience, both for you and for your loved ones. Without proper planning, it can be difficult for your family to know how to handle your care and financial affairs.
Elder law and long-term care planning allows you to take control of your future. It ensures that your wishes are carried out in the event that you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.
By working with an experienced elder law attorney like the team at Siegel Law Group, you can create a plan that addresses your unique needs and goals, including issues like long-term care planning, asset protection, and end-of-life decision-making.
With a comprehensive plan in place, you can have peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will be able to make informed decisions on your behalf and that your wishes will be respected.
At the Siegel Law Group, we help seniors and their loved ones establish an elder law plan that suits their unique needs.
Elder law attorneys focus on helping aging seniors or disabled adults with a variety of legal matters.
Helping you get the care you need while protecting your home, assets, and live savings should you become disabled or need long-term care is our main focus.
Contact us for a free no-obligation consultation today.
We help you plan for future incapacity or long term care with:
When preparing your elder law plan that includes long-term care protection, we review and change your plan as you age.
This might include creating a special needs trust or irrevocable trust to protect assets.
Elder law also includes planning for medicaid, veterans, or other benefits to pay for a nursing home or assisted living facility.
Finally, proper planning takes into consideration potential incapacity. health care directives and a power of attorney can safeguard against possible abuse or exploitation.
Unfortunately, benefits programs are confusing and difficult to navigate.
Siegel Law Group can be your guide, providing peace of mind that you and your loved ones are protected as you age.
Contact us for a complimentary, no-obligation consultation.
Planning long before you need long-term care is critical to protect some or all of your assets or to help you qualify for benefits to pay for your care.
Our experienced elder law attorneys understand how to legally protect complicated and high net-worth estates from rising nursing home costs.
They can also help you or your loved one qualify for benefits that contribute to paying for assisted living facilities.
By using appropriate planning strategies like trusts and other tools, you may be able to keep your nest egg while still qualifying for substantial government assistance, such as medicaid and veterans benefits.
At the Siegel Law Group, we help families, seniors, and their loved ones establish an estate plan that suits their unique needs.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Whether protecting your assets or planning for long-term care, we always ensure that your wishes are upheld and your savings are protected.
At the Siegel Law Group, we help Florida families, seniors, and their loved ones prepare for the future.
Contact us now at (561) 955-8515 or click here to get started.
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