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What is Long-Term Care Planning?

Jan 7, 2020 | Long-Term Care Planning

When it comes to long-term care planning, our experienced elder law attorneys can help you to make important decisions for your future. Many seniors and their families are affected by the high costs of long-term care. We can help you to implement a plan that will allow you peace of mind when it comes to long-term care in your future. We understand all Medicaid laws and strive to protect your assets with this legal document.

Our Asset Protection Strategy

We can guide you through all of the choices available to you when it comes to long-term care planning. We will help you to find a way to maintain and pay for long-term care so that the costs do not affect your surviving spouse or partner and/or children. You can rest assured that you don’t have to choose between quality of care and protecting your asset. At Elder Law Group, PLLC, both are important to us. We will help you to find a healthy balance. Our law firm is knowledgeable about all of the benefits that are available for long-term care.

We will help you to create a comprehensive plan that protects your assets for your spouse and family when you need at-home care or assisted living or nursing home care. We also can help you to get Medicaid long-term care benefits or Veterans Affairs benefits. We can also do advance planning for your estate to make sure that if circumstances change that we can adjust your legal document accordingly.

Call to Schedule a Free Consultation With an Elder Law Attorney Today

If you’re interested in finding out more about your options for long-term care planning, call to schedule a free consultation with one of our professional elder law attorney today. At the Elder Law Group, PLLC, of Washington, we serve the Spokane and Kennewick areas.  Our legal team has the experience and skill needed to help you find the best way to protect your assets and to plan for the future.  Call us at 509-468-0551 to schedule a free consultation.

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