About Elder Law & Proactive Planning
Later in life, your children have grown and have their own families. You may be retired or getting close and thinking about updating your estate plan. Or maybe you’re raising children while also caring for aging parents. Elder law includes all aspects of estate planning, but also considers asset protection for long-term care
needs and Medicaid planning to offset health care expenses. Preparing for these costs can help preserve your money, assets, and income for potential long-term care services while you are still living, not just asset distribution and tax advantages for family members after your death.
If burdening loved ones to provide care or minimizing their inheritance worries you, your team at Ellis Law Office can work with you on proactive planning for long term care or, if already faced with moving your loved one into a care facility, Medicaid crisis planning.