Elder Law Attorney
Elder Law Attorney in Ravenna Portage County and Stow Summit County
the advantages of planning ahead of time
Elder Law is a term that has very broad connotations depending on the needs of the individual. Generally speaking, Elder Law encompasses estate planning, including wills, trusts, and their administration, Medicaid asset protection and planning to prevent your and your spouse’s impoverishment, preparing powers of attorney for financial and healthcare matters, Medicare review and claims, guardianship/conservatorship, and advanced health care directives.
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The Best Way to Plan Ahead
The number one question most people have is, “Do I need to do some Elder Law / Estate Planning?” In short, the answer is probably yes. Without a plan in place you have no control over where your assets will go, and who will be in charge of handling your affairs if and when you are unable to do so for yourself. Moreover, if you do not have a plan in place and become incapacitated due to illness or injury, a probate guardianship may need to be initiated so the Court can appoint a guardian to handle your affairs. The process can be very intrusive, often embarrassing, costly, and requires multiple Court appearances. With the proper plan in place, this can all be avoided
Planning Your Care and Protecting Your Assets
Additionally, the estate planning arena is changing. More lawsuits are being filed than ever before. Insurance helps, but it is often times cost prohibitive to obtain the large amount of coverage which may be needed. The cost of skilled nursing care has spiked in recent years, and the average cost in northeast Ohio for such care is almost $10,000 per person per month. With these growing threats to the assets which you have worked a lifetime to obtain, it is more important than ever to take steps to ensure your legacy is preserved for your children, grandchildren and future generations.
Why Hire Us?
For the last twenty years, we have provided exceptional legal representation and support. Our longevity is the undeniable proof of the quality of our services.
We take pride in building strong relationships with our clients and focus on their goals while working on short and long-term solutions for their legal issues.
During the whole process, you get your lawyer’s undivided attention and a paralegal assigned to your case for optimum communication.
We are on your side. We fight for you and guide you through the legal process, giving you peace of mind while you get your life back on track.
We use the latest technology to facilitate communication with you. This includes giving you access to your own online client portal.
Most clients consider our fees to be quite reasonable. We detail the terms of our representation upfront so you know what to expect from us from the get-go.
Our Elder Law Attorney
Our Elder Law Attorney is well versed in the various techniques which can be utilized to minimize your risks and protect your assets from those who would seek to take it away. Put our experience to work for you and take the first step in preserving your family’s legacy.
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The attorneys in our law firm primarily service Portage County courts (Ravenna and Kent) from our office in Ravenna and Summit County courts (Akron, Stow, Barberton) from our office in Stow. Cases in all other courts in North East Ohio, such as Cuyahoga County courts, are handled under specific terms and conditions.