Planning Ahead To Protect Loved Ones
From long-term care planning to Medicaid planning, and veterans’ benefits, the Estate Planning Law Group of Georgia is dedicated to your elder law planning needs of helping you plan for the future, regardless of what may come.
What Is Elder Law?
As we age, our needs and the needs of our family members evolve. In order to be prepared for the possibility of needing long-term care, senior housing or different medical care, it is important to start planning now.
At the Estate Planning Law Group of Georgia, we help you or your loved one prepare for the challenges and expenses that come with aging. By taking the time to explain your options and understand your goals, elder law attorneys can find the right solution for you.
The best way to begin planning for future needs is to understand what those needs might be and what they could cost.
Elder Law Planning Includes:
Having the basics in place from disability planning, powers of attorney, advance directives, and will or trust, is the first step to ensuring your safety and stability no matter what may happen.
An important first step is planning for a disability that may come with age. Having your powers of attorney and health care directives in place in the event you become disabled can provide peace of mind.
Medicaid is a need-based program, so your finances play a role in your eligibility. Because Medicaid often covers nursing home expenses, many people plan ahead to ensure they will qualify when the need arises.
Contact the Estate Planning Law Group of Georgia
Johns Creek Office
Saddle Brook Office Park
11030 Jones Bridge Road, Suite 208
Johns Creek, Georgia 30022