Your golden years should be, well — golden. But aging comes with its own set of challenges. Our experienced Northern Kentucky elder law attorneys can help you and your loved ones navigate those challenges with grace, protecting your wealth and assets and preserving your dignity during this chapter.
The best time to begin planning for the challenges that accompany advanced age is NOW — while you are healthy and able to make sound decisions about your care, family, and financial well-being. And if you or your aging loved one has recently been diagnosed with a progressive disease like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, it’s particularly important to seek legal advice as soon as possible to ensure you and your assets are well protected.
Injury and illness can strike suddenly, especially in later life. If you find yourself in a position where you or your elderly loved one has entered or will soon be entering a long-term care facility due to a bad fall, stroke, or other unanticipated event, our compassionate attorneys are here to help.
Elder Law Services
Whether you’re in crisis mode or preparing for later life, our expert elder law attorneys get to know you, your family, and your individual circumstances, creating a plan that safeguards things you’ve worked hard for your entire life. The Jaeger Firm can help you:
- Figure out how to pay for long-term or nursing home care
- Apply for Medicaid
- Navigate Medicare claims and appeals
- Restructure finances and asset ownership to ensure you retain as much wealth as possible
- Establish conservatorships and guardianships
- And so much more!
“Steve is a very intelligent attorney with compassion. He takes the time to get to know his clients and does an excellent job for them. I highly recommend him.”
“Incredibly professional and knowledgeable with a very caring touch in handing your legal needs. They take the time to listen and I always come away knowing that they care about me as a person and my concerns.”
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