Elder Law of Louisville represents clients in Louisville, Kentucky and surrounding counties with elder law, V.A. benefits, and special needs. We serve clients in the following areas: Jefferson County, Oldham County, Shelby County, Spencer County, and Bullitt County in Kentucky.
With an exclusive focus on elder law, an area of law that includes Medicaid planning, Veterans benefits, special needs, estate planning, and estate probate , the attorneys of Elder Law of Louisville have advised families and enriched the lives of seniors in Louisville, Kentucky since 2004. To learn how you, your family and your aging parents can benefit from the counsel of experienced and compassionate lawyers, contact our office in St. Matthews.
Many clients at Elder Law of Louisville are retired individuals who need advice about protecting their eligibility for Medicaid, finding satisfactory alternatives to nursing home placement, or making sense of the complex Medicare benefits, including Medicaid qualifications.
Other clients include younger families concerned about arranging long term care for elderly parents, or those who have come to realize that it is not too soon to plan for their own later years through estate planning. The sooner you prepare a solid estate plan, the broader your options will be, especially if you have loved ones with special needs.
We also practice in the probate courts of Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Bullitt Counties in Kentucky, ranging from estate administration, including estate probate to guardianship. Many of our clients live out of state and need help and advice about elder law and long term care options for parents living in Louisville, Kentucky and surrounding counties. Some come to our offices seeking counsel on V.A. Aid & Attendance benefits. In some cases, they need long-distance representation as executors or personal representatives in Kentucky probate proceedings or as a trustee with trust administration.
Our lawyers are members of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Elder Counsel, and the Elder Law Committee of the Kentucky Bar Association. They are V.A. Accredited as well.
Because of our own experience with the problems that can threaten families facing a parent's dementia, a loved one's tragic accident or tough choices concerning long term care, our interest in elder law is both professional and personal. We value the chance to help our clients plan ahead and avoid some of the problems that can overwhelm a family in the last years of a parent's life. To learn more about the scope of our practice, contact Elder Law of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.