Life Care Planning  

In addition to planning for the possibility of long-term illness, we advise clients and their families after such illness occurs.  At such times, it is important to plan for present and future care needs as well as for preservation and distribution of assets. Our professional Geriatric Care Managers work in concert with our Elder Law Attorneys and staff to provide comprehensive guidance and support while our clients and their families make plans to live with changed circumstances and needs.

Your Life Care Plan includes the services of an attorney who is a Board Certified specialist in Elder Law, elder care coordinators, and other members of our staff who work together to coordinate care, maximize quality of life, and protect family wealth for future generations.  Every Life Care Plan is designed to achieve three primary objectives:

  • Help you ensure that your loved one gets appropriate care, whether at home or in a residential facility
  • Locate public and private sources to help you pay for long-term care while solving the asset  protection problem created by the high cost of care
  • Give you and your family the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your loved one is safe and getting the right care

A Life Care Plan typically includes the following services:

  • Legal services to protect assets, coordinate public and private resources to pay for long-term care and preserve family wealth for future generations
  • Advocacy services to help you get the highest quality health care and long-term care for your loved one
  • Care coordination services by experts who do whatever is necessary to protect and promote your loved one’s quality of life