LIFE CARE PLANNING

Life Care Planning is a way to respond to the challenges created by long life, long-term illness, or a disability. A Life Care Plan spells out how the team at Clinkscales Elder Law Practice, P.A. will help you get the best possible care for your loved one in the least restrictive environment – while preserving the family's wealth, independence, and dignity to the greatest extent possible. By combining asset protection, public and private benefit access and qualification, care coordination, nursing home advocacy, and crisis intervention services into a convenient package, a Life Care Plan is the ultimate protection for elders and those who love them.

Life Care Planning Goals

The Three Principal Goals of Your Customized LIFE CARE PLAN Include:

1. Appropriate Care:

 

A Life Care Plan addresses the caregiving challenges that most families bear in silence. The Plan includes care assessments and referrals, assistance locating and coordinating in-home help and services, crisis intervention, family education and decision-making support, and advocacy services to protect the elder's right to safe and effective care in every long-term setting.

2. Asset Protection Solutions:

 

A Life Care Plan helps you resolve the legal and financial problems associated with the high cost of long-term care. The Plan includes elder law services such as wills, trusts, powers of attorney, advanced directives, Medicaid qualification, VA benefit qualification, asset protection, and strategies to pay for long-term care.

3. Peace of Mind:

 

Our goal is to provide you peace of mind as the trusted guide for you and your family. You will know that your loved one is well cared for and safe with Clinkscales Elder Law Service, P.A. at your side.

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The information on this website is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Every case is different and outcomes depend on the facts or each case and the then applicable law. For specified questions, you should consult a qualified attorney.Use of this website does not create an attorney-client relationship

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