Elder Law

Elder Law includes a wide range of services that aging individuals and senior citizens might need. The attorneys at Tomac & Tomac can assist individuals and their families with numerous Elder Law issues, including:

  • Long-term Care Options
    • In-Home Care
    • Assisted Living Facilities
    • Nursing Homes
    • Financial Considerations
  • Medicaid and other Public Benefits
    • Pre-Planning
    • Application and Qualification
    • Waivers
    • Community Spouse Issues
  • Long-term Care Insurance Claims and Disputes
  • Guardianships/Conservatorships
  • Estate Planning
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Issues with Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
  • Social Security Disputes
  • Medicare Disputes

Often the need to obtain legal assistance with the care and planning of aging family members leads to high stress environments that can place strain on the relationships among the individual’s family members, particularly when those family members disagree about what steps are necessary. The attorneys at Tomac & Tomac believe that one of the most important aspects of Elder Law representation is to ensure that the relationships among the individual’s family members remains intact and healthy.

One of the ways in which we help to facilitate healthy relationships among family members is to utilize mediation when disputes arise among family members . . .

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