When your legacy is on the line, reach out to someone who can protect you and your assets now, and who will usher your estate plan through probate to protect your loved ones in the future. Attorney Bruce A. Brightwell is dedicated to helping clients plan for the future and deal with today’s problems through efficient, high-quality legal services.
You can begin with no obligation by scheduling an initial consultation with our Medicaid, estate planning and elder care lawyer. Serving Louisville, KY, as well as New Albany & Jeffersonville, IN.
Your relationship with Brightwell Law starts with a conversation with Bruce regarding your immediate needs and your goals for the future. He learns what is important to you, so he can create an estate plan or other protections to address these critical issues. With Bruce’s knowledge of the law and his firm’s responsive service, we strive to serve your estate now and to make sure your wishes are honored once you are no longer able to communicate them.
Elder Law Solutions helps families respond with confidence to the legal, financial and personal challenges presented by advanced age, chronic illness, and disability. Unlike traditional elder law firms that focus on asset protection, we are a Life Care Planning Law Firm that offers a holistic, elder-centered approach that addresses all the problems you’re likely to encounter during a loved one’s long-term care journey. Attorney Emily Monarch, Financial Public Benefits Analyst Mike Doyle, Elder Care Coordinator Vanessa Pierani, and Client Relationship Specialist Kathleen Seger work together to provide skilled and compassionate guidance to families throughout the Louisville and the surround areas.
Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Gersh Law Offices, P.S.C. takes a different, consultive approach to estate and elder law planning & administration. In our mission to plan for everything you own and everyone you love, we serve primarily as counselors and advisors. We work closely with you to ensure you make the best possible decisions for yourself and your family.
Because our attorneys have been planning estates for over 35 years we understand the unique needs of our clients and their desire to protect themselves and their families through estate and elder law planning.
Our practice focuses on delivering unique, highly customized estate and elder law plans.
Before we make any recommendations, we take the time to thoroughly understand you, your family, your concerns, your values, your goals and objectives.
Through counseling, we save taxes, reduce costs, protect families and provide highly personalized services.
Where other firms take a transactional approach, our method is relationship-based and client-centered. We work collaboratively with our clients’ financial and other trusted advisors in order to meet or exceed their every expectation. If you would like to find out more about how Gersh Law Offices, P.S.C. can help with your estate plan or other legal matters, please Contact Us today.
The objective of Elder Mediation is the reduction of stress between family members, or between a family and a medical provider, in a fair and open manner, while solving thorny problems.
We work with the older folks themselves where appropriate, their children and other relatives, care providers and their facilities. All voices will be heard.
At Kentucky ElderLaw, PLLC we help you understand your long-term care planning options, the benefits that may be available to help pay for care, and the estate planning needed to access those benefits, and we make sure your heirs are taken care of. People are excited to learn they don’t have to spend their life savings on the nursing home and that veteran’s benefits they have never even heard of may help them get care at home so they never even need a nursing home. At our very first meeting, we dispel the misinformation you may have heard about Medicaid. And that first meeting is free.
When discussing long-term care, we are usually meeting with people who are age 60 or older, or who have a condition or illness that leads them to believe they will need care sooner than a healthier person. We work with people who have disabilities and with their families on special needs planning so that vital medical, housing and income benefits are put in place and stay in place.
If you are not concerned about long-term care, whether because you have enough funds to cover that or because it’s too far in the future to worry about, we can help you put an estate plan in place so things go as smoothly as possible if you get to where you cannot act for yourself or if you pass away. You are never too young for that type of planning.
Our attorneys have the knowledge and compassion to lead you through planning your estate and planning for long-term care, which can be daunting, confusing, and frustrating. Call us at (502) 581-1111 to arrange your free consultation or click here to contact us by email for an appointment.