What to do after an Alzheimers or Dementia diagnosis
In this guide, you’ll learn about:
- Who will manage financial affairs?
- Who will manage health care decisions?
- How an attorney can help protect your assets and property
- How to designate a backup person
Learn what to do after an Alzheimer’s or Dementia diagnosis
When you or a loved one is diagnosed with Alzeheimer’s or dementia related illness, it can be challenging to know where to turn. Regardless of the challenges you and your family face, the elder law attorneys at Frame & Frame can help. This free guide helps you consider the important questions you need to ask and what to do after a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia related illness. This free guide is a great place to start the conversations and begin the process of ensuring that your loved one is well-cared for, and that you have the medical and legal documents you need.
How A Maryland Elder Law Attorney Can Help
Our entire law firm provides a compassionate approach to you and your loved ones. After a Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis, we can help you answer the tough questions that lie ahead and our team is comprised of Maryland estate planning and elder law attorneys that uniquely understand the challenges you face. You’ll feel better with a trusted advisor by your side to guide you. Our attorney’s can help you create a strategic plan for:
- Immediate issues,
- Healthcare and legal documents to make decisions on behalf of you or your loved one,
- Long-term care,
- Determining if you may qualify for Medicaid or other government benefits,
- Reviewing the Medicaid five-year lookback requirement, or
- Obtaining guardianship for someone you love.
Our Maryland elder law attorneys also help you address and have the proper documentation for medical requirements, hospital stays, independent living, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities as well as the financial strategies to ensure you are able to access these services. Whether you are planning ahead for the future or dealing with a current crisis, our Maryland elder law attorneys can help you solve problems and meet your goals.
We Take the Weight Off Your Shoulders
Our client’s worries are visibly lifted as they leave our office. It is one of the primary reasons our team enjoys this unique area of law because it is so rewarding. We’ve been helping members of our community for over 65 years. Download your free guide to learn more or schedule a consultation.