Elder Law

The term “elder law” refers to a diverse area of legal practice — in essence, any legal matters that affect senior citizens fall within this category. For instance, an attorney who practices elder law is likely to be knowledgeable about wills and trusts, powers of attorney, Medicaid planning, retirement planning, long-term health care directives, and many other concerns that tend to arise as clients reach senior status.

The practice of elder law has become increasingly common in recent years, especially since members of the baby boomer generation started reaching retirement age. People in general are living longer, and, for this reason, it’s more critical than ever to put an appropriate plan in place to provide health care for them as they age. And, for the sake of their families, it’s also prudent that they create a plan to protect their assets for the next generation.

Of course, most of us don’t think about these types of legal concerns until we hit retirement age or have to help our own elderly relatives. But the truth is, it’s never too early to begin building a plan that protects your legacy and accounts for your health care needs now and in the future.

Acting Now Means Less Stress Later

Let’s Build a Strategy

Let My Experience Guide You

Like many of those who come to me for help, I was at one time unaware of the complications that can arise in the field of elder law. That is, until I needed to help my own parents protect their assets and get the care they needed. Ever since that time, I have made it a point to help others through such challenges in their own lives.

As it turns out, my experience was something of a blessing in disguise. It has led me to help many people over the years — in terms of both preventing elder law issues and overcoming those that had already arisen when clients came to me with concerns. 

Now, many years since my experience on the client side of elder law, I still think back to that event whenever a concerned client comes to me with such a case. It’s because I know and still vividly remember what the process is like firsthand that I am so determined to serve you with sincerity, confidentiality and efficiency. Furthermore, I am determined to earn your trust and to put legal documents in place that make you feel confident about your family’s future.

My Promise to You

There are no guarantees when it comes to the future, but when you reach out to me for help, you can rest assured that I will offer my knowledge and experience to direct you toward the most fitting resolution I see for your case. Not only that, but I will seek to understand your situation and to ensure that you understand your options before we make any major decisions.