Elder law involves advising individuals on issues related to aging and disabilities. It includes planning estates, planning for incapacity and long-term care, and eligibility for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid and other public assistance. It also includes advice and advocacy for seniors and disabled clients to assure adequate and appropriate care. It may include guardianships, convervatorships, powers of attorney, and health care directives.
Streater & Murphy lawyers are familiar with issues and planning strategies for addressing the needs of the elderly and disabled, and offer effective advice and representation.