Knowledgeable Elder Law and Medicaid Lawyers Assist Clients in NJ & PA
Further, proper long-term care planning, with the guidance of an experienced elder law and Medicaid attorney at Bratton Scott, will help minimize financial concerns and allow you to focus on the business of living.
Common Elder Care Issues Worth Your Consideration
- Asset Protection – Protect your assets from medical and long-term care costs by considering trusts, re-titling of assets, gifting, insurance and estate planning. We can explain how these tools can help you.
- Guardianships and Conservatorship – If you become incapacitated and can’t manage your financial or health needs, the court-ordered remedies of guardianship and conservation can protect your assets and insure that someone is there to help you with your health needs. A durable power of attorney may also be an option. We’ll review these remedies and guide you to the most appropriate one for your situation.
- Medicaid – The high expense of long-term care can put most families in debt. We’ll help you plan for the expense of long term care and we’ll explain to you what Medicaid will expect from you financially.
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Count on the Elder Law Expertise at Bratton Scott
Our attorneys have counseled myriad clients on the full range of elder care issues. We invite you to contact us for a consultation with an experienced lawyer at Bratton Scott. We will review your situation, explain your options and draft the right documents for your elder law and estate planning needs. Call 856-857-6007 or fill out our convenient online form. We have New Jersey offices in Haddonfield, Linwood, and Ewing, as well as one in Philadelphia, PA.