Bucks, Lehigh and Montgomery County Attorneys for Asset Protection and Long Term Care Planning
At Ashby Law Offices, LLC, our attorneys have the ability to provide a big-picture assessment of our clients' needs and their potential obstacles. Since 1992, we have built a reputation based on thorough preparation, aggressive representation and attention to detail. Our clients benefit from our diverse backgrounds and dedication to providing exceptional representation.
Long-term care planning is a complex area of elder law. Laws, rules and regulations surrounding this practice area are constantly evolving and the financial impact of these changes can have dramatic effects on both the elderly and their loved ones. Clients rely on us for uniquely tailored strategies that incorporate the latest legislation and legal trends.
When you need to plan for present and future financial and health care needs of your elderly loved ones, contact our law firm. Based in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, with additional offices in Doylestown and Allentown (near Fogelsville), we serve clients in Bucks, Lehigh and Montgomery County and the surrounding Pennsylvania communities.
Medicaid / Long-Term Care Planning in Pennsylvania
When individuals look at long-term care planning, they are concerned about several factors governed by both Federal and Pennsylvania law. Issues like Medicaid planning, asset protection, real estate and gifting strategies are just a few of the serious issues that need to be addressed. The government places eligibility requirements on their assistance programs that are directly impacted by your assets. Before you begin gifting your assets to loved ones or engaging in other "spend down" activities, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced long-term care planning attorney.
Our firm provides coordinated, holistic assistance with long-term care planning, estate planning, and elder law needs. Whether you are drafting a Last Will and Testament, developing a Trust, or need legal guidance regarding Powers of Attorney, we can answer your questions.
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Offices in Quakertown, Allentown and Doylestown
If you have further questions regarding estate and long-term care planning, contact Ashby Law Offices, LLC at 215-536-7606 or through our convenient online contact form. We offer a free phone consultation and we accept most major credit cards as payment for services. Home and hospital visits can be arranged.