Longer life spans and greater geographic distance between family members have made decisions involving long-term care more important and complicated than ever before. To make sure that the needs of aging parents and other relatives will be met, timely and effective planning is required. At Pacer Law, I work closely with clients and their families, including many out-of-state sons and daughters whose elderly mothers and fathers live in Georgia to help them make plans for in-home care and assistance when needed, in addition to other types of extended healthcare services. Whether you’re just getting started with these arrangements or seek counsel on steps that you’ve already taken, I am committed to implementing a program that suits your priorities.
I can advise you of various ways to pay for long-term care and help identify elder care resources and program that may be available, including:
My commitment to you means that I will work with you to find the right options so that you can feel comfortable about long-term care arrangements for yourself or a family member.
I will take the time to gain a detailed understanding of your particular needs and financial challenges and develop a complete perspective on your current financial situation and how it might change in the future. From there, I will help you find appropriate facilities and providers that work within your budget or refer you to trusted service providers who can assist you.
At Pacer Law, I offer personalized advice to individuals and families seeking to set a financial foundation should they need long-term care in the future. If you are ready to make these plans or have questions about your options, I am here to help.