Protect Your Assets as You Age

If you are above the age of 55 without a taxable estate but are concerned
about protecting your assets – the elder law attorneys at Elville and Associates can help.

Speak with a skilled attorney today by calling 443-393-7696.

The Best Elder Law Resource for Your Family

People are living longer lives. And the costs of living and health care continue to soar in conjunction. Many older people who do not have taxable estates still struggle with long-term care expenses and worry about protecting their financial legacies.

Our elder care and Medicaid lawyers specialize in providing solutions for all matters relating to elder law, and offers comprehensive estate planning for:

  • Individuals who are 55 or older
  • Older individuals with a disability
  • Older individuals with an illness

Our team takes a comprehensive counseling approach to troubleshoot problems and develop long term solutions for our clients, ranging from asset preservation to incapacity management, and much more:

  • Medical Assistance (Medicaid) planning
  • Special needs planning
  • Asset protection
  • Nursing home selection and placement
  • Fiduciary representation
  • Guardianship
  • Veterans benefits
  • Social Security issues (SSDI and SSI)
  • Healthcare Advanced Directives

Plan Ahead

Elville and Associates helps to prevent misinformed or poorly conceived courses of action. We guide aging individuals and their families in critical asset protection tools such as Medicaid asset protection trusts, that protect your home and assets from the unexpected consequences of a medical crisis.

Elville and Associates’ empathetic, client-oriented approach separates our firm from the rest, and ensures you never have to settle for anything less.

Questions?  Call 443-393-7696 or fill out the form below.

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