Long Island Elder Care Law Firm
Medicaid Eligibility Lawyer
At Grabie & Grabie, LLP, Attorneys at Law, in Smithtown on Long Island, we are passionate about enhancing New York families' present peace of mind, while assisting with future elder law issue planning. The term "elder law" is a wide-encompassing term including matters such as Medicaid planning, guardianship issues, advance directives (Living Wills), powers of attorney, wills, trusts and estate planning, nursing home care planning, and probate and estate administration. Elder law attorneys Kenneth F. Grabie and Jeanette F. Grabie work hard to stay on the cutting edge in these and related legal areas for the benefit of their clients' best interests.
Some of our primary goals are to help families plan meaningfully for the compassionate long term health care of elderly family members, and to prepare parents and children for a smooth passing of assets from one generation to the next. Contact us to arrange for a comprehensive consultation on your elder law concerns. We will spend approximately two hours with you undertaking a thorough and exhaustive analysis of the long-term care needs of the seniors in your family. We also will discuss the most important things you need to know about estate planning and related matters.
New York Medicaid Eligibility Lawyers
We will show you innovative, up-to-date methods for asset protection planning. We are concerned with an elderly person's comfortable living arrangements during retirement years, as well as for preparation for a time when Medicaid might be needed for nursing home care or home-bound elder care.
We have an exceptionally high success rate with Medicaid applications, and our Medicaid eligibility lawyers are eager to share some of our strategies with your family. We will explain to you how to use advance directives (Living Wills) to ensure that a client's wishes for health care are respected even if she is unable to voice her desires for long term healthcare at the time of a medical crisis. We will also discuss what might happen if she should need someone else in the family to be appointed as legal guardian in the event no advance directives or power of attorney for health care are in place.
We counsel clients on these and related matters as they come to us from Smithtown, New York, and neighboring communities on Long Island including Huntington, Stony Brook, Hauppauge, Islip, Babylon, and Commack, in the counties of Nassau and Suffolk.
Contact us to schedule an initial interview to help show your family the way toward greater peace of mind.