Hospice care exists for coordination with, and comfort for, the loved one in ill health and his or her family, as well as management of symptoms and an outlet for spiritual concerns. Its overall focus is sustaining the quality of life for those who longer want to pursue curative measures and peace of mind for all.
At Lynch Law LLC, - with multiple locations in Lisle, DuPage County, Will County, greater Chicago and surrounding areas - families work with our compassionate estate lawyer John J. Lynch to organize legal outcomes as they anticipate the passing of a beloved relative.
Mr. Lynch's leadership has made a positive difference in the lives of countless satisfied clients during his decades of distinguished service. His guidance is never one-size-fits-all; rather, it is customized to fit every unique aspect of a given situation.
Accomplished long-term care, elder care and elder law attorney John J. Lynch takes great pride in his proven ability to explain these hospice care options, and how they can be included in effective estate planning:
- Routine care
- Inpatient care
- Palliative care
- Respite care
- Continuous care
This variety of hospice care is covered by most insurance companies and Medicare. It can be offered within an inpatient care setting, a hospital setting or at a private residence. In support of these procedures, our law firm educates you to the roles played by end-of-life issues, emergency medical care, the last will and testament, living wills, advance health care directives, estate taxes, representation for heirs and any other factor that would reflect your wishes, or that of a loved one.
Throughout this journey, you receive the kind of direct personal service that acknowledges the need for emotional closure at the end of a loved one's life.
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