Future Health Needs

Your estate plan does not just contain important provisions for your loved ones but also directs family members on your future care. Documents such as a Living Will and Designation of Health Care Surrogate can give you control over your end-of-life medical care and appoint a trusted person to make health care decisions on your behalf. We will also make a plan that will allow you to pay for long-term care if you are incapacitated without the need to sell your home or drain your life savings.

Medicare Issues & Medicaid Eligibility

Our wills and trusts attorneys pride themselves on taking the time to learn the goals and objectives of our clients. 


We help the elderly, their relatives, and caregivers understand the difference between Medicare and Medicaid, and the eligibility requirements for each.

Nursing Home Admissions

We aid clients in choosing a nursing home that is right for them while also reviewing any legal documents they must sign.


Family members who want to supplement the income an individual receives from Medicaid can talk to us about setting up a supplemental needs trust.