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What Can an Elder Law Attorney Do For Me?

Oct 15, 2019 | Elder Law

The goals and interests of each client are different. This means that no estate plan is the same at our law office. At Elder Law Group PLLC, our elder law attorney offers thorough and specialized counsel for your social, financial, and legal needs. We can help you create a clear strategy that works best for you. We don’t use a one-size-fits-all plan, as that doesn’t work to meet your needs. Our goal is to provide you the comprehensive legal help you need to meet your goals.

About Our Approach to Estate Plans

Our legal team of elder law attorneys creates a customized estate plan that provides protection against long-term care costs. Our legal guidance has helped countless individuals, couples, families, and more. We offer asset protection estate planning, which protects your assets against spend-down from Medicaid Long-Term Care benefits. We also can help you to create durable powers of attorney for financial and healthcare decisions as well as healthcare directives. We also draft trusts to protect assets. Our goal as your elder law attorneys is to ensure that all of your estate planning needs are met. Elder Law Group PLLC also helps clients understand the probate and estate administration process to avoid costly and unnecessary probates. We are experienced and understand the probate laws in the State of Washington.

Call To See If You Qualify For A Free Consultation With Our Estate Planning Team Today

If you’re interested in learning more about elder law and how to protect your financial assets for the future, call to see if you qualify a free consultation with our legal team. The Elder Law Group PLLC of Washington serves both Spokane and Kennewick areas. Our dedicated legal team can help you to discover the best ways to protect your assets. Call us to schedule this appointment today at 509-468-0551.

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