Central Florida and Greater Orlando Elder Law Attorneys

Most families believe that having a Will in place is the only way to protect and pass an inheritance to loved ones. However, as we age, we become dependent upon others to assist, guide, comfort and care for us. But if we don’t have the proper plan in place, there may be little if any assets left for our loved ones, and the folks trying to do all those things for us can face some really difficult challenges. Developing a plan for long term care and Medicaid/VA assistance can be difficult, but with the right legal assistance, you can navigate it successfully and save your estate from being spent down to pay for your nursing home or assisted living costs.

Our attorneys have worked extensively with clients throughout Central Florida and the greater Orlando area who are concerned about paying for long term care needs.  Our law firm is committed to helping seniors and their families plan for and avoid the financial ruin associated with the high cost of long-term care.

If you are elderly, or if you have a parent or loved one who is elderly, we are ready to work with you to discuss your Long Term Care, Medicaid/VA Planning and all your Elder Law questions and help you plan for this stage of life.

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