Allaire Elder Law
Life Care Planning
Establishing Life Care Planning in Connecticut
Many seniors do not realize the importance of establishing life care planning. With the guidance of our experienced elder law firm, you’ll receive advice tailored to meet the needs of you and your family as you navigate through the maze of legal, financial and health care issues facing seniors today. We can help you develop a comprehensive plan to address these challenges now and into the future.
At Allaire Elder Law, we are highly knowledgeable and experienced in the areas of elder law, estate planning, and life care planning. Our attorneys get to know each one of our clients to understand their unique situation. Throughout the course of life care planning, our goal is to help you prepare and plan for the possibility that long term care might be needed in the future. If care is needed now, our life care planning attorney and care coordinators will help you to find the best possible care at home. Our goal is to keep you or your loved one out of a nursing home, but if that is the only option, we will help find the right facility for you and your family. Life care planning also includes a financial plan to help protect your assets and your family home while still qualifying for Medicaid, Veterans Administration Aid & Attendance, and other benefits to which you may be entitled.
Who Needs Life Care Planning?
By helping your loved one create a life care plan, you never have to wonder if you’re doing everything you can for your aging parent. The team at Allaire Elder Law has years of experience guiding families through situations similar to one you are currently facing. We have access to the resources you need to protect your loved one and improve their quality of life by developing a plan to address the legal, financial, and health care challenges of aging.
If you have an elderly loved one and think you may need home care, your family is a candidate for life care planning. Whether you have an immediate need or you are planning for the future, your loved one can benefit from having a life care plan. With our many years of experience, Connecticut residents trust us to handle their life care planning needs. We are extremely well-versed in the legal, financial and health care issues that facing seniors.
Don’t be unprepared for your family’s future! Contact Allaire Elder Law today to further discuss your home care, nursing home care, and long-term care options.
At Allaire Elder Law, we help our clients develop a life care plan to address the legal, financial and health care challenges of aging.
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