Our elder law attorneys understand how difficult it is balancing your career and family needs while caring for a parent or spouse. Since we have walked your walk with our parents we understand your fear, confusion, family and work pressures, and the exhaustion and anxiety you can feel.

If you are like us, you probably promised your spouse or parents you would do everything you could to help them in their later years. Also like us, you may not have realized when you made that promise how complicated caregiving really is, and how certain laws and regulations can make it even more difficult. Caregiving resources and information are scarce, often conflicting, and sometimes just plain wrong. This is just part of the reason it’s difficult to find a balance between your personal life, work, and caring for your loved one. Let us show you how you can simplify taking care of your aging loved one, especially if you’re running on empty. Then you can continue to enjoy spending time with your loved one as a child or spouse, not as a patient, and not find yourself an exhausted, sometimes irritable, or even resentful caregiver. We want you to feel the sense of relief and rejuvenation when a team of experienced elder law professionals who know the law, the health care system, and the out of the box strategies to tame the long-term care system has your back.

You and your loved one deserve a team of professional attorneys who are easily accessible, experienced, and can relate to your frustrations. Being a caregiver is not an easy job. That is why it is our passion to counsel and guide families on the issues and path we have already traveled. Together through our experience we will help you find great care, provide for loved ones, and pay for care without going broke. We will find a plan that accommodates the needs of both you and your loved one.

This website provides information on the issues to help navigate, either for yourself or someone you love, the processes of estate planning, elder law, caregiving, and estate administration after death. We hope you find it useful and helpful, but we also know that every family and situation is unique. No single solution fits everyone. If you would like a consultation with an experienced elder law attorney and geriatric care manager to help you look out for common pitfalls and misconceptions and learn what options you have, request a consultation today.