Alabama Medicaid Application Law Firm
As we advance in age, we often require advanced medical attention or enhanced care to maintain our lifestyles. With limited income available after retirement, it can be incredibly important to plan for these expenses as far in advance as possible. When considering elder law planning issues, the guidance of an experienced Fairhope elder care attorney can be invaluable in helping you create the most effective plan or find the resolutions you seek.
At The Law Office of Wendy A. Pierce, our lawyer offers detailed and personalized elder law guidance to clients throughout the Fairhope, Alabama, area. With more than 25 years of experience and a detailed knowledge of the elder law Medicaid planning processes, our firm strives to offer the informative and useful advice you need to ensure your safety or the safety of your elderly loved ones.
Handling Various Elder Law Issues
Our experience and knowledge allows us to address various elder law concerns, including:
- Medicaid applications for nursing home benefits.
- Long term care and assisted living planning
- Wills, durable power of attorney, advance care directives
- Guardianships and conservatorships
Whether you need help planning for your own future or are concerned about the well being of a parent, we take great care to understand your specific concerns before offering advice that is tailored directly to your needs.
Upon our initial meeting, we will walk you through your elder law concerns in an attempt to gain insight into your situation. We then provide advice on various programs that apply to your situation, programs that can help you pay the costs for long term care.
We also counsel clients on the need for long term care insurance, provide advice on maximizing Medicaid eligibility and offer asset protection planning.
Contact our office online or call 251-517-4354 or toll free 877-281-4488 to discuss your specific concerns with our experienced Fairhope elder care lawyer.
No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.