Klish and Eldreth, PLLC | Raleigh, NC
Elder Law, Medicaid, Long Term Care, Nursing Home

Aging is a guaranteed part of life. As time and life progress, so does a person’s age. While considering one's own increasing age, a person will often imagine golden years spent with less worry and stress. In reality, however, many senior citizens face additional issues and problems as they get older. Health issues often arise and a senior citizen may require increased or constant medical attention. However, due to retirement, a senior citizen may not have income to pay for medical costs. As a result, younger family members are increasingly paying for their elderly loved one’s costly expenses. Often, without proper elder law planning, senior citizens and their family members lose hard earned assets to pay for the older family member’s care. But with proper planning or action, a North Carolina Elder Law Lawyer may significantly limit these costs and preserve assets. Regardless of if you or a family member requires Medicaid Benefits, Long Term Care, Assisted Living, a Nursing Home, or Veteran Affairs Benefits, you may be required to jump through legal hurdles. Both State programs and Federal programs contain miles of red tape. Often, applying for these benefits is a difficult, complex, and frustrating task. Sometimes, providing the wrong information will prohibit the collection of benefits. If benefits are initially denied, it may be increasingly difficult to obtain benefits upon later applications. Before attempting to collect these benefits through a confusing and difficult application process, you should consider speaking with a Klish and Eldreth, PLLC Elder Law Lawyer. One of our North Carolina Elder Law Lawyers can make sense of these applications. Additionally, a lawyer may assist you in re-applying or appealing a rejected application.

Elder Law is a form of law that involves planning for medical and financial issues associated with senior citizens. There are many aspects of a senior’s life that should be adequately planned for by a North Carolina Elder Law Lawyer. Elder Law not only includes estate planning, but primarily focuses on Medicaid, Long Term Care, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes, and Veteran Affairs Benefits. At Klish and Eldreth, PLLC, a North Carolina Elder Law Lawyer may assist clients by planning for these issues and obtaining necessary care while preserving that client’s family’s assets.

Elder Law Planning may start even before an senior citizen requires age related medical care and financing. In fact, it is often best to prepare for increased age before a problem arises. After all, a bit of Elder Law Lawyer Planning may save a Client thousands upon thousands of dollars in the long run.

At Klish and Eldreth, PLLC a Medicaid Lawyer may represent a Client in obtaining Medicaid benefits. A Klish and Eldreth, PLLC Long Term Care Attorney may plan for a Client’s Long Term Care. One of our Assisted Living Lawyers or Nursing Home Lawyers could significantly limit the cost of these pricey services. And one of our Veteran Affairs Benefits Lawyers may successfully petition the government to compensate a veteran client for what he or she is owed.

Regardless of if you or a family member requires Medicaid Benefits, Long Term Care, Assisted Living, a Nursing Home, or Veteran Affairs Benefits, you may be required to jump through legal hurdles. Both State programs and Federal programs contain miles of red tape. Often, applying for these benefits is a difficult, complex, and frustrating task. Sometimes, providing the wrong information will prohibit the collection of benefits. If benefits are initially denied, it may be increasingly difficult to obtain benefits upon later applications.

Before attempting to collect these benefits through a confusing and difficult application process, you should consider speaking with a Klish and Eldreth, PLLC Elder Law Attorney. One of our North Carolina Elder Law Attorneys can make sense of these applications. Additionally, a lawyer may assist you in re-applying or appealing a rejected application.

Our practice areas for Elder Law include:

  • Elder Planning
  • Medicaid
  • Medicaid Eligibility
  • Medicaid Long Term Care
  • Medicaid Application
  • Medicaid Nursing Home Planning
  • Assisted Living Eligibility
  • Assisted Living Financing
  • Nursing Home Eligibility
  • Nursing Home Financing
  • Long Term Care Planning
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Veteran Affairs Benefits

If you wish to be proactive in planning for elder law issues, or if you need legal assistance for the above services, contact one of our Raleigh, North Carolina Elder Law Attorneys today to schedule a consultation.

Questions?
Contact Us.

Contact form submitted!
We will be in touch soon.