Elder Law and Medicaid

Elder Law and Medicaid Services in Houston, TX

Helping Senior Citizens with Long-Term Care

Elder law attorneys cater to concerns that solely impact senior citizens. Issues, including Medicaid eligibility, retirement, income security, and long-term care planning are specific to this population and require certain legal knowledge and care. Our lawyers at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC provide a wide variety of services to help our elderly clientele create a good foundation for their future.

Call our firm at (281) 810-9760 to request a consultation today!

About Our Elder Law Services

The elder law services that we provide include but are not limited to:

  • Help with long-term health care options and Medicaid
  • Financial representation – including wills and estate planning
  • Guardianship
  • Housing – including nursing home and assisted living rights
  • Wills and modifications

Why Hire an Elder Law Lawyer?

Elder law is very different from other branches of family law. As such, a good elder law attorney will have a solid understanding of the factors that affect senior citizens. Additionally, an elder law attorney will have experience with the type of care, compassion, and patience these cases need as they often involve end-of-life care and treatment. It is important to have the right attorney by your side to determine what is best for your health, finances, and family before you die.

Why Did Elder Law Develop?

In 2015, the U.S. Census recorded that the United States had a population
of nearly 48 million people over the age of 65
. That number is estimated to grow to close to 98 million by 2060. Elder law originated to address the specific issues the elderly community face as they age. These issues are very particular and require a lot of legal assistance, as many of them relate to financial planning and end-of-life care.

Elder Law Cases Involving Medicaid Issues You must meet strict guidelines to be eligible for Medicaid. These are determined based on your income and assets, and it is best to consult with a well-experienced lawyer to determine if and how you can apply for Medicaid in the event that you will require long-term care. Our law firm has a vast amount of experience working with elder law cases involving Medicaid issues.

If you are interested in learning more about our elder law services, get in touch today by calling (281) 810-9760 filling out our contact form online.

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