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Elder Law Attorneys In Cleveland

When you begin to consider the long-term care planning for elderly individuals, you may face an astounding array of complex and confusing laws. To ensure that your elderly loved ones are properly cared for, enlist the assistance of an experienced and qualified elder law attorney.

At the Ohio law office of Kathryn T. Joseph & Associates, Inc., we pride ourselves on being in tune with the specific needs of elderly individuals. We are dedicated to helping the elderly and their families deal with the issues that directly impact their financial, mental and physical health. Some of the elder law issues we handle include:

  • Estate planning and the establishment of trust
  • Elder care law, including transition support
  • Medicaid planning
  • Planning for nursing home or long-term care facility

Contact us for an initial consultation with a seasoned elder law attorney.

Care Management

Our firm is highly involved in elderly care management. Our attorneys frequently advise on and assist with the structuring of geriatric and home care. We understand the many legal and nonlegal issues that must be addressed when managing the care of aging individuals.

Nearly 25 years of hands-on experience, our elder law attorneys help clients work out issues as varied as financing care and handling the housing transition.

Our attorneys strive to help people get the care they need, and we help loved ones understand the process of structuring, arranging and managing the care throughout the remainder of the elderly individual's life.

Our legal team has specific knowledge of care management issues and prides itself on being able to offer tailored and up-to-date information for clients who have questions or concerns.

Contact Us Today

For comprehensive information and guidance regarding elder law and elder care issues, contact a lawyer at Kathryn T. Joseph & Associates, Inc., today. During your initial consultation, a member of our legal team can assess your case and determine best how to pursue a resolution. Call 216-245-0504.