We Help You Afford The Care You Need

African American Elder CoupleA question that frequently keeps people awake at night is how they are going to afford care later in life or for an aging or disabled loved one. As health insurance, health care, long-term care and prescription drugs continue to get more expensive, it is important to be proactive in planning for your long-term care needs.

Our law firm, Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., in Gainesville, helps people just like you create plans that address their long-term needs while protecting their most valued assets.

As a financial adviser, founding attorney Eric Owens has a deep understanding of people's concerns about affording both the expected and unexpected costs of retirement. As a client of our firm, you will always work directly with him to find solutions that protect your interests and rights.

A Proactive Approach To Long-Term Care Planning

Just like creating an estate plan, many people put off making important decisions regarding their long-term care needs. This can lead to financial troubles and costly disputes among loved ones.

We can put the law to use for you to craft a plan that addresses your and your spouse's unique needs. This includes:

  • Determining your eligibility for Veterans Aid and Attendance
  • Creating a plan to pay for long-term care, should you require it
  • Protecting your most valued assets
  • Planning for Alzheimer's or other conditions that may not allow you or a spouse to make independent decisions through power of attorney, guardian and conservator designations

By addressing these issues now, you can face the future with confidence. Additionally, when circumstances change, we can work together to update your plans.

Get Started Today By Contacting Us

To work one-on-one with a lawyer who can help you find solutions that provide clarity and peace of mind, we invite you to contact Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., today. You can schedule a consultation by calling our Gainesville office at 470-201-5354 or by sending us an email.