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Michigan Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorneys

Brighton Estate Planning Attorney

Elder Law Attorney in Michigan

Planning for the Future ... Dealing with the Present

No one can predict the future with precision. At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, however, our elder law attorneys can help families and individuals plan for likely future needs through estate planning, probate avoidance, Medicare and Medicaid planning, veteran's benefits and special needs planning.

For experienced guidance from a Brighton estate planning attorney, contact the Nawrocki Center to schedule an initial consultation: (866) 737-5007, or attend one of our FREE seminars.

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Our practice is centered on assisting individuals and families with the following:

Distinguished by Experience, Compassion and Dedication

Our firm's founder, Nancy C. Nawrocki, has unparalleled experience and knowledge in the areas of elder law, estate planning and veterans' benefits. She has acquired a Masters of the Law degree in Elder Law (LL.M.) — a prestigious degree held by only a select number of Michigan attorneys.

At the Nawrocki Center, you can count on more than the experience and knowledge of our attorney and staff. You will always find someone you can talk to — someone who cares what happens to you and your family. We have built a people-focused law firm that goes beyond what most law firms do for their clients. In addition to offering professional legal counsel from an experienced elder law attorney, we offer other supportive services, such as assisting families with arranging in-home care or nursing home care when the need arises.

With a lawyer accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), we offer a wide range of services focused on helping America's military veterans coordinate additional benefits they are entitled to receive. Our veteran's benefits lawyer offers experience in the VA system to effectively seek care and financial help that preserves their qualification under elder care programs.

Is Nursing Home Care Inevitable? Planning for Long-Term Care Is Vital.

Our firm offers free guides to help clients preparing to place a loved one in a retirement community or nursing home: "Senior Housing Guide", "The Michigan Nursing Home Guide" and "Long-Term Care Planning". These guides will help you learn how to find the right nursing home, how to get good care and how to pay for it without depleting your loved one's entire estate. The guides also provide information about Medicaid planning and division of assets. We also offer the booklet "Alzheimer's Guide". Our law firm offers the guides free as a courtesy to clients. For a free copy of any of these guides, call our Brighton law office today: (866) 737-5007.

The Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has established a website available to the public that provides ratings of nursing facilities. They review and audit over 180 different items covering all major aspects of care in a skilled nursing facility. They inspect the buildings, the medical records, the residents, the cleanliness, the staffing hours per resident and much more. Go to: Nursing Home Compare

Discuss Your Concerns With an Elder Law Attorney

If you have questions about how we can serve you and your family, or if you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss our services, please contact our elder law and family law attorneys today. You may print and complete the appropriate questionnaire to assist you in preparing for your consultation:

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