Jones Foster’s Elder Law practice area is designed to assist senior clients with ongoing planning in addition to providing support with unique legal issues that arise with the aging process.

Our compassionate team, including a Board Certified Specialist in Elder Law, has a comprehensive understanding of the specific State and Federal laws that affect older and special needs individuals. As such, they are able to guide clients and their families through unique legal needs and assist with planning for their future strategically.

Oftentimes, seniors face unexpected and complex issues and are left wondering who they should turn to for support. We assist our Elder Law clients with the options that are available for private and public resources as well as benefits that may be available to individuals and their families for long-term care. This type of planning includes Wills and Trusts, Advance Directives, counseling for Incapacity Planning, Guardianship, Long-Term Disability Planning, and Asset Protection for Home Care, Assisted Living and/or Skilled Nursing Homes, Medicaid, Medicaid Applications, Special Needs Planning, and Veteran Benefits.

Our Group focuses on a holistic approach to meet the clients’ needs and objectives. We accomplish this through the implementation of various legal strategies with the goal to protect families facing delicate and challenging circumstances. We remain transparent throughout the process, providing our clients with information, resources, guidance and peace of mind to maintain family harmony and ensure loved ones are protected and safe.

The firm’s Elder Law practice offers the following services:

  • Elder Law
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Advance Directives / Health Care Documents
  • Guardianship Administration/Litigation
  • Medicaid Benefits
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Veteran Benefits
  • Probate and Trust Administration

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