Our attorneys will assist you in understanding the many complex legal issues and take a pragmatic results oriented approach towards their resolution. We will work with you to develop a plan that is tailored to your specific needs including qualifying for benefits to pay for long term care as well as arranging for others to make health care and financial decisions on your behalf through Powers of Attorney, Medical Advance Directives and Living Wills, should the need arise.
Our attorneys are committed to helping seniors and individuals with disabilities. In addition to representing individuals, we serve on many non-profit boards and committees and participate with and provide seminars for organizations dedicated to serving seniors and individuals with disabilities. We are also involved in public policy affecting our clients on both the state and national level and in doing so are aware of major changes which may affect our clients.
Jason A. Frank, CELA, is the author of Elder Law in Maryland (Lexis, 3rd Ed., 5th revision, 2009) and Maryland Medical Assistance - Long Term Care (Bisel, 2008). Both books review many of the legal issues that seniors and individuals with disabilities experience.
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