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Elder Care Attorneys

What Does Elder Law Consist Of?

Elder law attorneys (elder care attorneys) specialize in the needs of older adults which are different than those of younger individuals. They are advocates for the elderly and their families or loved ones. Here at Mid-America Law Practice, LLC we handle a wide range of legal matters affecting an older or disabled person including issues related to health care, long term care planning, and Medicaid planning.

Why Do I Need An Elder Law Attorney?

Proper planning is essential regardless of your net worth. In fact, most middle class families will suffer more financially during a health crisis than those who are extremely wealthy or poor. You can protect what you have worked so hard for by consulting an elder law attorney who can help you take the necessary steps to protect your assets for you and your loved ones.

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What Can An Elder Attorney Do?

Planning to protect your life’s work and savings, not if a long-term care event strikes your family, may make all the difference in the world when it comes to your ability to leave a legacy/inheritance.

If you or a loved one are already dealing with a long term health event, there is still time to avert a crisis. We can take steps today to “stop the bleeding” in your life savings so  you can preserve as much as possible for your spouse and/or children.

If you have questions regarding your elder care planning needs, contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

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