Trusted & Compassionate Legal Guidance for Spokane Residents
While it may not be pleasant or comfortable to think about a future in which you are no longer able to live independently, it is essential to take the proper steps to ensure that your future—and that of your loved ones—remains as bright as possible. As medical advances have increased our longevity, chances are that you may eventually need to move into a care facility where you can receive the assistance you need. At Legacy Law Group, we are committed to helping our clients understand their options for long-term care, and we will work carefully with you to make sure you are prepared for the future, no matter what may happen.
Discussing Your Options
Our attorneys understand that most people wish to remain in their homes, living independently, for as long as they can. However, we also believe in supporting your best interests by ensuring that you receive the assistance you need. Additionally, the ever-shifting rules of Medicare, Medicaid, and veterans’ benefits can make it difficult for people over the age of 65 to fully understand their options for long-term care. Our elder law attorneys have a firm grasp on how to safeguard your future, planning for a variety of scenarios that offer you protection no matter what. When you meet with us, we will discuss your goals and concerns about the future. Using important factors like your income, assets, and individual care needs, we will create a customized strategy for your long-term care. As much as possible, we will strive to give you the independence you crave while ensuring that you have access to the support systems and resources you require as your needs grow.
Keeping the Future Bright
Our long-term care planning services are designed to explore a wide array of options, including home care, adult family homes, assisted living facilities, or skilled nursing facilities. Of course, we understand that your needs and circumstances will change as you age, so we’ll make sure to plan for a number of possibilities. Even if these decisions do not take effect for years—or even decades—you will likely feel more peaceful and empowered about what the future holds. No matter what happens, you can trust that your best interests will be protected. By making your intentions and decisions clear, you will make it easier for your loved ones to support and respect your wishes when the time comes. Reach out to Legacy Law Group today to get started.