Trusted Guidance For Elders And Their Families
In today’s world, our senior citizens need the assistance of someone who can guide them and their families through the medical and financial issues that accompany aging, illness and disability. Thankfully, careful planning can help them prepare for their future needs.
At Shivers Law Group, on Long Island, New York, we understand how important it is to protect and preserve your assets while ensuring that you maintain freedom of choice and independence. Our lawyers will work with you to develop a plan that will meet your individualized needs, whether you need assistance to address the cost of your care or want to create a plan that protects your financial health.
Gaining Peace Of Mind By Preparing For The Future
Many senior citizens who own their homes and other assets do not realize that they may qualify for Medicaid benefits. Our guidance helps elders cover the huge expense of long-term care while still preserving their assets.
We provide advice in the following areas:
- Pursuing long-term care insurance
- Applying for Medicaid benefits, including Medicaid benefits for home care
- Protecting your financial health and your access to benefits through Medicaid planning
- Navigating nursing home placement
- Pursuing Veterans Pension and Aid and Attendant benefits
- Creating caregiver agreements
- Establishing guardianships for those who cannot manage their own affairs
Careful planning can help aging people prepare for their future care while protecting their finances and their legacy.
Get The Elder Law Guidance You Need
Our attorneys are passionate about helping those who are aging navigate elder law issues. We know firsthand the difficulties involved and strive to treat each and every one of our clients as if they were a member of our own family.
Call our firm for a free consultation so we can listen to your needs and determine your legal options for asset protection and other matters. We have two office locations in New York to serve you: Garden City and Sayville. Call 631-438-1965 or send an email.