Elder Law & Medicaid Attorney in Naperville, IL
Helping Families Prepare for the Future
If you are responsible for the care of a senior loved one and are confused about Medicaid law, you are not alone.
Here’s the good news: You do not have to feel overwhelmed by Medicaid planning. Caring for your elderly relative and preserving his or her assets are some of the many elder law services offered at Lynch Law, LLC.
Our elder law and Medicaid lawyers in Naperville take the time to educate clients about aspects of elder law that impact their families. We know 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 include guidance for residency in a nursing home or an assisted living facility.
What Is Elder Law In Illinois?
Elder law in the United States is meant to protect the rights and future of the elderly population. Individuals are legally considered seniors (elders) when they reach the age of 65. In the state of Illinois and throughout the United States elderly law covers a range of different issues affecting the elderly population. Lega matters concerning the elderly are complex and vary according to the state.
Elder law covers a variety of legal issues, including the following:
- Retirement benefits
- Medicare and Medicaid coverage
- Guardianship, conservatorship, and commitment
- Estate planning
- Assisted living or care
- Powers-of-attorney for health care
- Financial matters
- Legal matters
- Social Security
- Inheritance matters
Our elder law attorneys in Naperville have helped many elderly individuals with legal matters covering issues such as assisted living, social security, Medicare and Medicaid coverage, and so much more. Having an experienced attorney by your side is essential for ensuring that you have all of the legal help and support that you need during this time. Take a look at our client testimonials and see why we are the most trusted team of elder law attorneys throughout Naperville and Chicago, IL.
Protecting Your Assets & Your Legacy
At Lynch Law, LLC., we realize that nursing home expenses for an incapacitated person can erase a family’s nest egg and inheritances received by family members. The bottom line is that the alternative to privately paying for a nursing home is Medicaid.
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. Our attorneys examine every detail of your case as well as assets that should be preserved when compared with rising nursing home expenses.
Consult with Us For Elder Law Matters Today
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, LLC. Our Medicaid and elder law attorneys in Naperville are ready to serve you. We look forward to honestly addressing your questions and concerns.
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