Elder Law

Senior citizens have to rely on a variety of sources and benefits for financial support after retirement.

Nowadays, more and more elderly citizens are seeking legal assistance to understand their options and protect their rights in regards to Medicaid Planning & Long Term Care Planning, Nursing Home/Assisted Living Facility Residents’ Rights, Special Needs Planning, Asset Preservation Planning, Guardianships, Planning for VA Aid & Attendance Eligibility, Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianship, and Fiduciary & Estate Litigation.

Some of the challenges and unexpected changes you have to face when you or your loved ones grow older might be difficult to overcome. For example, Medicare and Medicaid are complex and include coverages that are subject to numerous caveats and exceptions. As your elder law attorney, we can help you understand your rights and coverage under these two programs.

We provide legal representation for Social Security, pension plans, veterans’ benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), old-age survivors and disability insurance. It is important that you know your options for public benefits.

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) protects workers age 40 and over from discrimination in hiring, firing, compensation, and conditions of employment. Elder Law is also concerned with the protection of older workers.

Contact us for a consultation regarding Elder Law in the Twin Cities