Focused Representation In Elder Law Matters

Long-term care planning can be overwhelming. The stringent rules that govern Medicaid coverage are often a source of stress and confusion for individuals. While pursuing an effective elder law plan, you and your family may be looking to find the appropriate facility that will be your mother's or father's home, while also acting as caregiver for your loved one until the plan is put in place.

Dedicated. Affordable. Experienced.

elderIn general, elder law refers to a broad range of planning services aimed at protecting assets and families. The laws that apply to elder law are wide-ranging, and include application of trust principles, estate planning, guardianship and probate concepts.

We are skilled in all aspects of elder law matters and can advise you about your legal options regarding:

  • Guardianships
  • Asset protection
  • Medicaid planning
  • Long-term care planning

Unfortunately, Medicaid eligibility rules include a five-year look-back period for assets transfers. What may seem like a reasonable solution for the short-term can lead to costly mistakes for many families. Our lawyers can help you avoid the pitfalls with proper advance planning. We also understand that not every family has the ability to see five years into the future.

Personal Service To Obtain Favorable Results

Our personalized service takes into account the real-world problems that each of our clients are facing. We take the time to understand each client's particular situation to obtain the best results possible. The ultimate goal is to help clients maximize resources, whether they are facing an advance planning or crisis planning situation.

At Nary, Norris & Associates, PA, in Durham, New Hampshire, we guide families through the complicated legal issues that surround elder law matters. Prior to law school, partner Don Nary was involved in social work for 15 years. Today, he draws on more than 10 years of experience as an attorney and his social work background to provide well-rounded advice in elder law issues.

Contact Comprehensive Elder Law Attorneys In Durham

To arrange a consultation with a comprehensive elder care law firm, call 603-397-0137 or contact us online. We know you are going through a difficult time. We offer free initial consultations and give clients the hands-on legal counsel they need.