Is your legal and financial safety being threatened by an unexpected illness or the debilitating costs associated with long term care?
Do you have a child or grandchild with special needs you want to provide for, even long after you’re gone?
Or, are you ready to plan for retirement, and you’re not sure where to start?
A trusted Elder Law attorney may be able to help create an estate plan to protect yourself and your loved ones from the devastating care costs of chronic illness.
Too many people lose everything when long term care needs hit their family.
I should know – I’ve been there…
We at Lance Elder Law are here for you.
As a retired district judge and an experienced elder law attorney, I am in a unique position to help my clients and their loved ones weather the storm of aging and keep their hard-earned dollars.
We deal with far more than just wills, trusts, and probate – although those are an important part of what we do. Whereas most attorneys don’t even know the difference between Medicare and Medicaid, I am one of the only attorneys in the heart of Texas experienced and trained to help with qualifying for Medicaid, Medicare appeals, government benefits, and special needs issues.
At Lance ElderLaw, you’re in good hands. It is my goal to lay all your options out for you in plain English so you know what we’re going to do and how we’re going to do it to help you reach your goals.
As an attorney who focuses on Elder Care, I may be able to help you with:
- Planning for your retirement and putting the right documents in place to protect you and your loved ones in the event of chronic illness, memory problems, or mobility issues.
- Guardianship Services.
- Crisis Planning. When the storm has already hit and you need somewhere to turn, call our office.
- Planning for Parents of Children with Disabilities. When you have a special needs child, you worry about whether they’ll be cared for when you die. We can assist you in planning for their future so they can always be cared for and watched over according to your wishes.
- Aid and Attendance Benefits for veterans 65 and older.
The laws and legal obligations of aging and maintaining control of your assets are constantly changing and vary from state to state.
A powerful estate plan can help you to save more of the assets you’ve got left.
Don’t be like one of the many of families I’ve met with throughout my career who have waited too long to seek counsel, watching their nest egg dwindle down to nearly nothing because of the overwhelming costs of long term care. Once you’re out of money, you’re out options… and that is a terrible place to be!
Every family is different. Call my office today and we can get started building a plan that is tailored to your unique personal and financial goals.
Let’s talk about protecting your family and your assets from the unexpected.
Charles E. Lance