Elder Law And Medicaid Services
If you have responsibility for the care of a senior loved one, and you are confused about Medicaid law — you are not alone.
Here’s the good news: you needn’t feel overwhelmed by Medicaid planning. Caring for your elderly relative and preserving his or her assets are one of the many elder law services offered by Lynch Law Offices, P.C., with five locations in Illinois.
Our esteemed law firm’s founder John J. Lynch educates you to aspects of elder law that impact your family. He knows that the practice of elder law involves planning for complex health care and long-term care affecting elderly and disabled individuals and their families. These services to clients include guidance for residency in a nursing home or an assisted living facility.
John J. Lynch realizes that nursing home care expenses for an incapacitated person can erase a family’s nest egg, and inheritances received by family members. The bottom line is, the alternative to privately paying a nursing home is with Medicaid.
A Family Approach To Elder Law And Medicaid Services In Greater Chicago
At Lynch Law Offices, P.C., we know that you want to protect assets from nursing home costs. We understand that you don’t want to wait years after gifting assets to confirm Medicaid eligibility. As your lawyer, John J. Lynch examines every detail of your case, as well as assets that should be preserved when compared with rising nursing home expenses.
Do you need forward-looking recommendations for health care, long-term care and other matters affecting elderly and disabled individuals? Are you concerned about the destructive effects of physical or financial abuse of a vulnerable senior?
When you or an elderly relative are ready to discuss the prospect of residency in a nursing home or an assisted living facility, you should contact Lynch Law Offices, P.C. Our legacy planning, incapacity planning and hospice care attorney is ready to serve you from law office locations in Lisle and surrounding areas.
Contact Lynch Law Offices, P.C., Serving DuPage County, Will County And Greater Chicago
We look forward to honestly addressing your questions and concerns about estate planning, elder law and Medicaid. To arrange your free initial consultation, call us today at 630-761-5274, , or remain at our website to send an email message.