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Concerned About "What Ifs" and Estate Planning?

North Royalton, Ohio, Lawyers Experienced in Elder Law and Medicaid Planning

An increasing number of mature Americans have questions about their future, including: "What happens if my spouse or I must enter a nursing home or have a chronic illness that requires long-term nursing care? Will Medicaid take our house? How can we protect our assets in such a situation?"

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Call toll free at 866-586-3144, locally at 440-499-4236 or e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation.

Living Longer and Protecting Your Finances

While Americans continue to live longer, this often means that new, unique challenges arise about what the future will look like. For instance, rising health care and other costs may severely impact an individual's finances. You need to take steps and make plans in advance to be prepared in the event that you or a loved one becomes incapacitated and needs special care, or needs to enter into a long-term care facility nursing home.

At the law office of Kirner & Boldt Co., L.P.A. in North Royalton, Ohio, we have been assisting clients in establishing estate plans to assist you during your lifetime and provide for your loved ones since 1989.

We are skilled in helping clients understand issues relating to health care powers of attorney and financial powers of attorney. We explain to our clients the need to proactively assign these roles, rather than a default choice which could leave families in confusion during difficult times, unwittingly setting up the possibility of contested guardian proceedings. We can also explain and help you plan for Medicaid assistance, if applicable.

Clear Explanations, Focused on Your Family Needs and Goals

Qualifying for Medicaid in the event that it is needed, is dependent upon the unique situation of that person. A history of your health and finances is necessary to provide for an optimal plan when faced with long-term illness.

We are lifelong Ohio residents, active and trusted in the local and the legal community. We believe that the practice of the law is as much about the law as it is about relationships, and we take special care to make sure that each of our clients gets our full attention and guidance.

Call Us Today and Protect Your Legacy

Our experienced elder law attorneys can help you address concerns about protecting your legacy or planning for Medicaid. Call for a free initial consultation at 866-586-3144 or 440-499-4236. To contact us through e-mail, please complete the brief form below.

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