We spend our whole lives working hard to amass assets, money and property. The idea of losing all of that after reaching a certain age, in order to afford health care and housing, can be devastating.
Choose A Knowledgeable Missouri Elder Law Attorney
At the law firm of Lisha A. Prater, LLC, attorney Prater can help you investigate eligibility, apply for VA benefits, Medicaid, Medicare planning, Social Security Disability and access your retirement money. Even if you have been denied benefits previously, Ms. Prater can help. If you are preparing to enter assisted living or a nursing home, it is important to take all the necessary steps to protect your assets and get the care you need.
Navigating elder care law when your health or the health of a loved one has started to fail may add a layer of anxiety. Drawing on more than 15 years of experience, attorney Prater is efficient and straightforward in her approach to this area of law. By carefully dissecting her clients' assets and their health care needs, she can help them plan for a future that contains much less worry.
Elder law is a close cousin of estate planning. Both are important pieces of protecting your assets, property and loved ones should the unfortunate, yet inevitable, occur.