Attorney E. Nego Pile and the Pile Law Firm team have helped many Pennsylvania and New Jersey seniors find the protection and relief they need by providing sound Elder Law planning.
The primary difference between elder law and estate planning is that elder law deals with the unique issues that face elderly clients. Many of the procedures are similar, but what is acceptable in estate planning can be devastating for elder law purposes. An attorney who practices elder law address issues such as social security, retirement, and age discrimination.
Elder law can be thought of as estate planning with an emphasis on making sure the individual or their spouse is not disqualified for benefits they may need as they continue to age. It often involves planning for long-term care insurance, protecting assets, and making sure Medicaid and veteran’s benefits are available. In other circumstances, we must establish Pennsylvania or New Jersey Guardianships to care for parents or spouses who have become incapable of managing their own daily personal, health, or financial matters.
At Pile Law Firm, our elder law practice addresses estate-planning issues and most assuredly involves counseling clients on planning for incapacity. We also assist in planning for long-term care needs, such as nursing home care. Locating the most appropriate and beneficial care, coordinating how that care is financed, and ensuring the client’s right to quality care are all part of what we do here.
We can also help you and your family with your Medicaid benefit needs and other aspects of Pennsylvania or New Jersey elder law. Medicaid coverage for services pertaining to long-term care is incredibly complex and, without an attorney, any issues that arise can take forever to resolve. Not only that, but resolving them could be costly.
Contact Pile Law Firm today to discuss your situation and how our legal services can help you benefit from either Pennsylvania or New Jersey elder law provisions.