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Counsel For Your Long-Term Care Planning Needs

For many seniors, the need for long-term care is an inevitable reality. And proper planning for this needed care is a good way to gain peace of mind — knowing that family members have a plan in place in case care needs become significant.

At the Baker Law Firm, we assist families and individuals in planning for long-term care. With estate planning services, nursing home planning services and legal counsel on Medicaid eligibility requirements, our attorneys have been meeting the changing needs of seniors since 1976. We can help you and your family plan for the transition into the nursing home, and we can help clients who wish to continue to live in their home while receiving long-term care.

Long-term care planning often involves the transfer of assets so that parents, or other loved ones, are eligible for public assistance. Many relatives wonder if they should take over a bank account or transfer a house to another. Often long-term care insurance becomes a viable alternative.

The elder law attorneys at our Danbury law firm use more than 50 years of combined experience to do so and are dedicated to helping clients achieve the best possible results. We take all these questions into account to help accomplish your goals.

Gain Answers. Gain Peace Of Mind.

If you have questions about long-term care planning, a confidential consultation with one of our experienced attorneys can help provide you with the answers to put your mind at ease. Our attorneys are passionate about advising members of our community in Connecticut. These answers often depend on your own personal needs as well as state and federal laws.

To speak with an experienced lawyer at the Baker Law Firm who will present solutions that take both of these factors into account, please call us at 203-885-1344 or complete our online contact form.

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