Does your estate plan include preparation for the possible nursing home care needs?
If not, our experienced elder law and estates attorney John J. Lynch of Lynch Law, LLC., welcomes the opportunity to help you and your Illinois family.
For decades, Mr. Lynch has established and refreshed a multitude of estate plans in an elder law context - meaning protections for you and relatives, especially senior loved ones, in the event of serious illness, injury and incapacitation.
Our firm's goals for you, relative to nursing home care, are pretty basic: options for choices of the finest facilities available, strategies to ensure that you have the money to pay for it and proactive personal service that addresses every one of your questions along the way.
Payment for care typically centers on qualifications for Medicaid. But Medicaid can inflict limitations and a "look-back" period that may not appeal to those who have financial resources at the ready. John J. Lynch crafts his legal counsel according to these kinds of eventualities, tailoring his representation according to your exact wishes.
If you are a senior in failing health or know someone who is, our law firm is your home for wise recommendations regarding:
- Advance medical directives
- Locating the appropriate care facility
- Pros and cons of Medicaid planning
- Careful review of detailed paperwork for nursing home admissions
- Trusts that protect assets and ensure that money is there when you need it
Let's discuss your nursing home needs during your free initial consultation at any of our law office locations throughout Chicagoland. To speak with our knowledgeable elder care, long-term care and estate planning lawyer John J. Lynch, just call (630) 960-4700 or remain at our website to reach us by email.
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