Seminole Elder Law Attorneys
Advocates Fighting for Your Best Interest
Our elder law lawyers care about the Seminole community. At Hill & Kinsella, we listen to your dreams for how you want to live the rest of your life and help you plan to make it a reality. We know your rights and are here to fight for them to deliver you the best future possible.
Call our elder law attorneys at (727) 240-2350 for a free consultation.
What Does an Elder Law Lawyer Do?
An elder law attorney is a multitalented resource for older Seminole residents. Our Hill & Kinsella professionals enthusiastically help our clients with all of the legal needs associated with growing older as they come up in your life. Some of the major decisions we help you contemplate and plan for are:
- Advance health planning and medical directives
- Social Security
- Asset protection
- Long-term care
No matter the challenge that arises, one of our attorneys will be by your side to help you overcome it in a way that’s best for you and your family.
Reasons to Plan for Long-Term Care Issues in Advance
The most significant reason to plan for your long-term care in advance is to preserve your right to determine the future you want for yourself. Additionally, legal fees are minimized, assets are preserved, and family could be spared of emotional hardship and the worry of choosing the care they think you’d prefer, while it could be completely different from what you’ve always imagined.
With the help of our attorneys, we can listen to what an ideal future looks like for you. With your vision in mind, we’ll inform you of the options that can make that a reality, and help you pursue it.
As you age, you may find it increasingly difficult to perform all the tasks necessary to maintain your own home. At that point, many seniors explore other housing options. A popular choice is a nursing home.
Medicaid provides financial assistance for Americans to pay for otherwise expensive nursing home costs. To qualify, the applicant must demonstrate some financial need. By calling one of Hill & Kinsella’s elder law attorneys, you can plan to redistribute assets, therefore maintaining your financial legacy, while making yourself eligible for Medicaid.
By seeking out the help of an elder law lawyer well before you need Medicaid, you can ensure that the financial assistance will be there when you need it. Planning in advance protects you, your assets, and the legacy you pass on to your loved ones.
Contact our Seminole elder law attorneys for information on creating a personalized Medicaid plan.
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