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Cleveland Lawyers Navigating The Elder Care System's Legal And Social Issues

It's a challenge for every family when Mom, Dad or any family member can no longer care for themselves on their own. You want to do the best you can for your loved ones. Unfortunately, structuring and paying for elder care involves learning how to make your way through a complex and highly regulated system. It can be confusing and frustrating.

At the Ohio law firm of Kathryn T. Joseph & Associates, Inc., we help families navigate the elder care system. After nearly 25 years of practice in elder law, we pride ourselves on having developed a great deal of insight into both the legal and social issues — from financial planning to long range care planning including options for staying at home or relocating to an assisted living or nursing home facility. For a private consultation with an experienced lawyer, contact our Cleveland law offices.

Find The Help You Are Looking For In One Place

If you, your parent or a loved one is having cognitive or physical issues you probably have lots of questions and very few answers. Our firm is here to help you as a full service resource getting you the information you need to make long range plans that will best serve your needs and the needs of your family We have extensive experience in elder care law, helping families with legal issues such as estate planning, including wills, living wills, trusts and power of attorney documents, guardianships and conservatorships.

If your situation is of a more urgent nature, we are prepared to help you immediately navigate the services available including home care services, assisted living and nursing home facilities and how best to finance these options. An elder care attorney at our firm can help you get connected to a trustworthy care manager and recommend a number of home care companies, assisted living and nursing home facilities.

At the law offices of Kathryn T. Joseph & Associates, Inc., we have both the experience and the resources in the community to help your family with this transition. Attorney Kathryn Joseph and Attorney Sarah Lukwinski-Shemo regularly serve as guardians for elderly, infirm and mentally ill clients in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio, area when someone is needed to make their financial and healthcare decisions. Our attorneys know firsthand how Medicaid, Medicaid Waiver, Passport and Pace programs work and how to qualify.

Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation with a qualified elder care lawyer. Call us at 216-245-0504.