Elder Law

Preserving dignity and independence as we age requires vigilance and a strong voice.

african american familyRegardless of a person’s age, circumstances or abilities, reasonable accommodation, least restrictive living environment and self-facilitation are intertwined with legal rights and usually involve employment accommodation, benefits, access or services. Where trusts or guardianships are required, they should be crafted to provide maximum asset preservation, quality of life and continuation of services for the family member. In each and every situation, the goal is to preserve independence and dignity.

> Last Will & Testament
> Powers of Attorney
> Health Care Proxies

> Legal Trusts
> Elder Planning
> Medicaid Planning

> Nursing Home Advocacy
> Counseling for Aging in Place