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As people grow older, they find themselves confronted with complicated and complex financial and health issues. Typically, these concerns involve retirement, end-of-life decisions, Social Security benefits, estate planning, long-term care, Medicare benefits, Medicaid coverage, nursing home care, in-home health care, powers of attorney, and healthcare directives.

We have the expertise and experience to counsel our clients in all matters of concern to older adults and their loved ones. This also includes matters of a non-legal nature, such as insurance, housing, long-term care, and retirement. We can discuss with you the variety of issues that arise as we all age and care for aging loved ones.

While each client has a unique goal or concern, typically, we see the need for assistance in crisis planning and proactive planning.

New Hampshire or Massachusetts Medicaid Crisis Planning

People who require an elder law attorney in a crisis have usually suffered a debilitating event or injury and lost their ability to function without assistance from specially trained professionals. These unfortunate situations become a crisis when the individual or their family can’t provide the necessary assistance, personally or financially. If you or a loved one is facing a crisis, we can help manage assets to qualify for Medicaid assistance.

If you or an elderly loved one need help, we can guide and support you through a crisis and get the professional and financial assistance you need.

Proactive New Hampshire or Massachusetts Medicaid Planning

By proactively planning, people can protect the assets they’ve spent a lifetime working for before needing long-term or nursing home care. Protecting assets that exceed Medicaid eligibility standards is achieved by complying with complex federal and state laws.

An experience elder law attorney can help you avoid the mistakes and pitfalls that may jeopardize your eligibility for Medicaid or veterans’ benefits.

Contact our office in Merrimac, MA, in Essex County. Our experienced estate planning attorneys serve residents of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Let us help you understand the planning challenges you face and the options you have available.

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