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Elder law refers to a variety of legal matters which impact the lives of older Americans and their families. Elder law encompasses planning issues, such as access to medical and personal care and coordinating private and public resources to finance the cost of that care, ensuring proper decision-making in the event of incapacity with powers of attorney and advance directives, and general estate planning.  Elder law can also include assistance with more immediate matters such as income assistance benefits, taxation, guardianship and conservatorship.

For information about particular types of elder law representation we provide, please select from the menu in the column to the left.

Elder Law


Medicaid (long-term care/nursing home ) planning

Veteran's Administration Improved Pension pre-planning

Guardianship

Conservatorship