Elder Law

Protect the nest egg you've worked hard to create


We're Here To Help

While today’s average cost for long-term care starts at $100K a year, we’re here to help you not go broke paying for long-term healthcare costs for yourself or your parents.

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Long-Term Care Planning

Putting strategies in place necessary to maximum protection of your family’s assets from the cost of long-term care. We provide everything needed to keep your affairs out of the court system. 

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Legal Life Planning

Creating an estate plan and putting the crucial legal documents in place to keep your family protected - no matter what. We will ensure your wishes are carried out and your family and the things you love are protected. 

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Elder Law

As Elder Law Attorneys, we help seniors take a holistic approach to legal issues that people commonly face as they age, especially with health, housing, financial well-being and long-term care.

Medicaid Planning


We will help you put together strategies that help pay the high cost of long-term care expenses while protecting your assets. Medicaid asset and income limits may be strict, but there are savvy strategies available we can help you implement to make qualifying possible.

  • Medicaid Application Help

  • How to Pay For Nursing Home or Assisted Living Care

  • How to Pay For Home Health Care

  • Special Needs trust

  • Advanced Durable Power of Attorney

  • Advanced Healthcare Directives

  • Advanced Will with a RPOSNiT

  • 5 Year Trust

  • QIT

  • Family Caregiver Agreements

Savvy Strategies

How To Not Go Broke Paying For Long-Term Care

Long-term care costs average at $100K a year today. This cost will increase by over 34% by the year 2028. Will you be able to afford any long-term care expenses after retirement?

As Elder Law Attorneys, we can help you ethically and legally convert countable assets to non-countable assets, so that you can keep your savings and qualify for Medicaid. This is done, not out of greed, but out of necessity so that Elder Law clients are not left indigent at the cost of long-term care.