Are You Wondering How You Will Pay For Long-Term Care?

Paying for long-term care is one the most stressful and complicated aspects of preplanning for your future. With the legal complications and the potential for costly error in your preparation, it is critical to work with a team of attorneys who know how to pay for long-term care and how to help you through all aspects of your preparation.

You Have Reasonable Payment Options

At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, in Brighton, Michigan, our lawyers have a full understanding of nursing home payment options, estate planning and other aspects of elder law.

Do not hesitate to talk with an attorney from our firm. We focus on elder law matters such as this, and we take a compassionate, understanding approach. We will help you take care of the present while preparing for the future.

We will use our decades of experience and our commitment to client-centered care to help you explore all of the appropriate options for your long-term care needs, including:

  • VA benefits: For military veterans, there are a number of options and legal complications involved in paying for long-term care. Our lawyers understand all aspects of benefits administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, including the Veterans Millennium Health Care and Benefits Act and pension benefits. We can help you receive the care you need.
  • Medicare and Medicaid: Just receiving Medicare and Medicaid benefits can be a complicated process, and there are many long-term implications and potential problems if these issues are not handled properly. Our attorneys can walk you through the preparation and application process, and we can help obtain the care you need without losing valuable assets in the process.
  • Estate planning: Our attorneys represent clients in all aspects of estate planning in a way that minimizes the costs and penalties of long-term care. We can help you with wills, trusts and other aspects of a comprehensive estate plan that will help you avoid the state taking your assets in probate and make sure you still have something to pass to your loved ones.

Contact Us

At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, we look forward to hearing from you. To schedule a consultation with an experienced lawyer from our firm, call us at 810-626-3277 (800-724-5989 toll free) or contact us online.