ELDER LAW — SPOKANE

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As we age, it’s important to start taking steps to ensure that our futures and our legacies remain bright. While it may never quite feel like the “right” time to plan for a time when we are unable to communicate our wishes, we can achieve a greater sense of peace and control over our futures if we complete a few simple steps right now.

As we age, it’s important to start taking steps to ensure that our futures and our legacies remain bright. While it may never quite feel like the “right” time to plan for a time when we are unable to communicate our wishes, we can achieve a greater sense of peace and control over our futures if we complete a few simple steps right now.

Long-Term Care Planning

As medical advancements are allowing us to prolong our lifespan, we also have to consider that we may need long-term support at some point in the future. Our attorneys will help you discuss your vision for long-term care and help you explore your various options, such as in-home living, adult family homes, assisted living facilities, or skilled nursing facilities. Together, we’ll make sure you receive the support you need, no matter what the future may hold.

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Advance Directives

Planning for a time when you are unable to communicate your wishes can be upsetting, but it is critical to make sure your preferences are known and respected when the unthinkable eventually happens. We will meet with you to establish Advance Directives, such as a Health Care Directive and a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care—both of which inform medical professionals about which types of treatments or interventions you would (or wouldn’t) want to receive. Once Advance Directives are in place, you can breathe easier with the knowledge that your wishes will be upheld, no matter what the future brings.

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Medicaid Trusts

If you have too many assets to qualify for Medicaid assistance, we can help you establish a Medicaid trust that enables you to set aside assets for your beneficiaries while allowing you to qualify for Medicaid benefits. There are a few restrictions associated with Medicaid trusts, we will make sure you fully understand these rules so that you can enjoy a greater sense of control over your future—and that of your loved ones.

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If you need practical and effective legal assistance with an elder law matter, such as long-term care planning, medicare trusts, or advance directives, Legacy Law Group is here to help. Call our Spokane office today at (509) 315-8087 to get started.

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