Long-Term Care Planning
Helping Clients Prepare for Long-Term Care
We’re often asked by clients how our Elder Law Attorney can help them be prepared for the need of long-term care. Our answer is that with proper Estate Planning they can be prepared to meet the needs that may arise for either at home or nursing home care.
As a part of thorough Estate Planning, we create documents that are flexible enough to allow the use of various strategies to obtain and pay for long-term care. Sources for payment for long-term care include private funds and savings, trusts, insurance, Medicaid, and Veteran’s benefits. Our attorneys can evaluate the availability of these strategies to each client and help develop an action plan in case of various events, such as injury or illness. It is important to plan ahead and be prepared for these costs, if long-term care is necessary, to prevent unnecessary expense and stress for the client and their family.
With offices in Orange Park and St. Augustine, our Elder Law Attorneys help clients in North Florida prepare for the costs associated with long term care, by implementing a combination of strategies which can include Long Term Care Insurance, Trusts, and pursuing VA, Medicaid, and other benefits they may be eligible to receive.
If you need help with preparing for your future, including the costs associated with aging and concerns regarding long-term care, please do not delay, and call (904) 264-8800 to set an appointment with our knowledgeable, compassionate, and caring Elder Law Attorney at any of our offices located in Orange Park and St. Augustine.
Grady H. Williams, Jr., LL.M.: Your Florida First Coast Elder Law Attorney.