Providing A Full Spectrum Of Elder Law Services
Elderly people and their loved ones face many decisions and concerns regarding their care and quality of life as they age. While much of what happens is out of our control, we can plan ahead for any contingencies and unknown circumstances.
At MDSLaw Ohio, we focus on all aspects of elder law. We use a compassionate approach to create personalized plans for our clients based on their unique needs. It is challenging to consider a future where you or a loved one can no longer care for themselves. We understand the sensitive nature of these decisions. We will work with you to navigate the financial, legal and emotional complexities of elder law and long-term care planning. Out of our office in Marietta, we assist clients throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Considering Your Financial And Long-Term Care Goals
There is much more to elder law than establishing a will or a trust. For many people, there are crucial considerations regarding long-term care plans, power of attorney and incapacity planning. At MDSLaw Ohio, we compassionately help our clients put measures in place that protects their family and accounts for their wishes. We take the time to consider everything, from protecting benefit eligibility to asset protection and end-of-life care.
We can help you with a variety of legal issues our elderly clients and their families face, including:
- Power of attorney
- Incapacity planning
- Estate planning
- Long-term care planning
When people grow older, they may face a variety of illnesses and conditions that limit their ability to make important decisions or care for themselves. There are various options for care available depending on your situation. Nursing home care and other long-term care options can get expensive, and many clients can benefit from planning ahead if this type of care is necessary.
Our founding attorney, Matthew D. Scott, has experience as a licensed financial professional. He uses this knowledge to help clients prepare plans that protect their assets, including creating irrevocable trusts to protect Medicaid eligibility.
Your Guide Through Aging-Related Legal Concerns
Whether you are concerned about an aging-related issue or want to start planning early, we can create a personalized solution that meets your needs and goals. Contact an experienced elder care attorney at MDSLaw Ohio at 740-923-4235 or online to learn more about how we can help you.