Compassionate and Knowledgeable Elder Law Attorneys in Bowling Green, OH

Skillful Counsel for Long-Term Care and Medical Planning

Older adults can face a number of unique legal issues and challenges. Planning for long-term care, naming a guardian or conservator, and considering end-of-life issues can be emotionally overwhelming. The elder law attorney team at Middleton Law Offices has extensive knowledge regarding the complex issues that can impact adults as they get older. Taking a comprehensive approach to elder law matters, we strive to make the long-term care planning process as relaxed and simple as possible.

Personalized Service for a Wide Variety of Elder Law Issues

Elder law is a separate area of law from estate planning that concerns health and financial planning for older adults. While estate planning refers to the process of creating documents and putting together a strategy to help ensure an individual’s wishes are met after they pass away, long-term care planning is used to preserve income during a person’s lifetime. At Middleton Law Offices, we work closely with each client to create a thorough plan that addresses the potential issues that could arise during their senior years.

Our dedicated elder law attorney team has the skill and experience to assist clients with a broad scope of elder law issues, including those involving the following:

  • Medical planning — Our attorneys assist clients and their loved ones in planning for long-term medical care and qualifying for health care benefits, including Medicare and Medicaid. We also assist clients in drafting living wills and health care powers of attorney, allowing them to designate someone to make important health care decisions on their behalf.
  • Asset preservation — We assist our clients regarding income and asset preservation in connection with long-term care planning.
  • Nursing home planning — Our attorneys assist individuals and their families in securing quality nursing home care and guide clients through the process of filing nursing home complaints in the event there are concerns with the quality of care.
  • Long-term care matters — The attorneys at Middleton Law Offices discuss all potential long-term care matters with our clients and work to create the best possible strategy in every situation.
  • Assisted living planning — We work with clients to consider all viable alternatives if a nursing home is not an option, including assisted living arrangements.
  • Guardianships and conservatorships — We offer counsel to clients regarding selecting a guardian or conservator who can help protect their interests in the event of incapacity.

The elder law attorney team at Middleton Law Offices are committed to assisting our clients with meeting their goals when it comes to healthcare and finances. We also serve as staunch advocates for our clients, guide them through the complicated state and federal regulations, and can help to develop a strategy to adequately safeguard assets. Applying our wide breadth of experience, knowledge, and skill, we strive to ensure that we don’t only meet your long-term planning needs — but we also aim to provide you with the peace of mind that your objectives will be carried out.

Contact an Experienced Ohio Elder Law Attorney

Elder law matters must be approached with the utmost diligence and care. At Middleton Law Offices, our attorneys recognize that difficult issues must be addressed when it comes to medical planning, asset protection, and long-term care. Our elder law attorney team is dedicated to providing our clients and their families with the attention, compassion, and respect they deserve as we discuss their concerns and advise them regarding their options. Contact Middleton Law Offices today at 419.548.0196 for a consultation to learn how we can help.



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