Connecticut Attorneys Providing Comprehensive Elder Law Counsel
As we age, we are faced with important issues. What will happen if my husband gets frail and has to go into a nursing home? Can I continue to live in my home without spending down assets to qualify for Medicaid-financed home health care? Can I protect the family home?
At the law firm of Ruggiero Ziogas & Allaire, Stephen O. Allaire focuses all of his practice on elder law. We help the elderly or disabled create a comprehensive estate plan or life care plan to provide for nursing home care or home care, while protecting your home. Elder law is very complex, and tricky to navigate on your own.
Skilled Counsel Looking Out for Your Interests
Protect your future and your family's by scheduling an initial consultation with qualified elder law lawyer Stephen O. Allaire at our firm. We serve clients in Bristol and throughout Connecticut. If you need an in-home consultation, please mention it when you call, and we will be happy to arrange it.
With accomplished elder law lawyer Stephen O. Allaire from Ruggiero Ziogas & Allaire by your side, you are no longer alone. We provide skilled counsel to the elderly, the disabled and their families about the following elder law concerns:
- Establishing trusts to protect assets
- Planning for veterans' benefits
- Arranging for home care and elder care
- Finding nursing home funding for home care and elder care
- Writing wills and creating special needs trusts
- Providing for nursing home care and home-based care services
One of the most important issues families face is keeping their mom and dad at home. In order to do the advanced planning necessary to maintain assets, we evaluate your financial situation to determine what would be most advantageous to you. We work with CPAs, life care planners, geriatric care managers, home care providers and other professionals to formulate a strategy to help you keep your home. We may recommend establishing trusts or transferring assets to the spouse who is not ill.
We understand that many elder law issues are very personal. By planning now, however, you can maintain control over your future, your income and assets. Please contact us today.