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Medical and Long-Term Care

If you are the parent of a disabled or special needs child, you may need help in creating an estate plan that will provide for the welfare of your child after you are gone or even while you are still alive and healthy. Part of this plan may concern medical and long-term care for your child. I focus my practice solely on assisting families with disabled or special needs children.

I am well-versed in all of the challenges, demands, and legal solutions available for such families. I serve prospective clients in Wooster, Akron, Cleveland, and all of northern Ohio. If you need legal assistance with devising an estate plan that will include paying for medical and long-term care for your child, I urge you to contact me so that we can discuss your particular situation and needs.

Situations Involving Special Needs Children and Adults

Part of your concerns about your special needs child may be his or her need for medical care or long-term care after you are gone. You will want to ensure that your child's medical needs are taken care of. In regards to long-term care, it includes a wide range of medical and support services for individuals who may need assistance or supervision with everyday tasks, from taking a shower to getting dressed. Long-term care is typically full-time care and may be provided in many settings, from assisted living facilities to adult day care to nursing homes or in your own private residence.

To ensure that your special needs child receives the medical or long-term care that may be required, it is important that you consult with me. I can help you explore the different options that are available to ensure that this part of your plan. Many estate planning tools exist which will optimize the financial and health care security of your child into the future.

Because estate planning is such an important basic for all families and especially those with disabled or special needs children, I hope you will contact me as a Wooster special needs estate planning attorney so that we can begin working on yours as soon as possible.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

Office: 1388 Secrest Rd Wooster, Ohio 44691 Phone: 330-850-1460