Zanesville, OH elder law attorney helps seniors plan
Effective safeguards provide security for the elderly and their children
Most Ohioans understand the necessity of planning for the future We work hard and put money away for inevitable expenses: our home mortgage, children’s education, and retirement. We purchase insurance that covers our home, auto, health and life. But one area where our planning often falls short is elder care. We like to hope we’ll have a healthy and active retirement, but there is always the possibility that with old age will come illness. Stubbins, Watson, Bryan & Witucky Co., L.P.A. helps our neighbors in and around Zanesville solidify their future planning with legal safeguards in case of infirmity, so elders who become vulnerable are properly cared for and can still leave a legacy to their loved ones.
Sharply focused elder law attorney provides personalized service
What distinguishes Stubbins, Watson, Bryan & Witucky Co., L.P.A. from other broad-based law firms is that we don’t have attorneys who dabble in many areas. We have attorneys who focus narrowly on discrete areas of the law working in collaboration with each other. This allows depth of experience in the areas we cover.
- Attorney Michael T. Bryan has more than 10 years of elder law experience. He practices extensively in the area of long-term care planning, elder law, guardianships and estate planning, including asset protection strategies for Medicaid and Veterans Benefits eligibility. Michael is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Michael is a member of the Veterans Affairs Committee and the Ohio State Bar Association Elder and Special Needs Law Committee.
If you are approaching retirement, are already retired or are concerned about an elderly relative, our attorneys are ready to listen, evaluate your circumstances and inform you of your options regarding:
How can I protect assets and still use Medicaid to pay for my long term health care costs?
How can I qualify for $14,000 – $27,000 in tax free income from the VA to help pay for home health, assisted living or nursing home costs?
Is a Guardianship necessary for my loved one? What are my options
How do I avoid unnecessary probate proceedings? What do i do to make sure I have the right person in place to make financial or medical decisions for me if i am unable?
Contact our experienced elder law attorneys in downtown Zanesville, OH
Attorneys at Stubbins, Watson, Bryan & Witucky Co., L.P.A. have vast experience in elder law and benefits planning. To ensure that you or your elderly love one is adequately covered, speak to a knowledgeable professional in downtown Zanesville. To schedule a consultation, call us at (740) 452-8484 or contact our firm online.
Click below for detailed reports and learn how to plan today!
- “What Every Ohioan Should Know About Using Medicaid to Help Pay for Long-Term Healthcare Costs”
- “Top 8 Misconceptions Ohioans Have About Using Veterans Benefits to Pay for Healthcare Costs”
- “Top 9 Questions Ohioans Should Ask About Their Estate Planning”
Click here to for more information about Attorney Bryan’s latest book:
Estate, Medicaid and VA Benefits Planning – An Ohio Guide