Elder Law

Elder law is an area of law which focuses on the needs of the elderly and their loved ones. Legal matters include long-term care planning, issues related to health care, retirement, Medicare, Social Security, Medicaid, Veteran’s Benefits, guardianship and more. Attorney Parker L. Clifton is a Kentucky & Ohio elder law attorney who is equipped to handle the sensitive emotional and physical needs in legal matters that are associated with seniors.

How Attorney Parker L. Clifton Can Help Seniors

Attorney Parker L. Clifton can help seniors in a broad variety of ways. Here’s a list of several:

  • Create a durable power of attorney
  • Help with the selection of a legal guardian
  • Assist with health care planning, including long-term care options and patients’ rights
  • Assist with estate planning and the drawing up of wills
  • Manage assisted living costs
  • Probate proceedings
  • Drafting advance directives
  • Implementing a Medicaid Qualification Plan that preserves assets
  • Obtaining Financial Assistance for Veteran’s and their widows

Kentucky & Ohio Elder Law Attorney: More on Probate, Medicaid Planning and Advanced Directives

Probate is the court system’s way of processing the estate of a deceased person. It involves gathering all the assets, paying off debts and distributing inheritance to heirs. While it’s useful, it’s often time consuming and expensive. Attorney Parker L. Clifton can help you avoid probate altogether through the implementation of various .

Today, nursing home care can be very expensive.  Typically, the cost is not covered by Medicare. Sometimes, it can be paid for by Medicaid. Medicaid rules are very complex, and an elder law attorney can let you know if you qualify, or guide you towards quicker qualification and asset protection. Advance directives are documents that outline what you would like done if you become unable to make important decisions during your lifetime. The most common ones are known as Durable Powers of Attorney. With the guidance of attorney Clinton, you can name an individual to make financial and health decisions if you are incapable of doing so.

If you’re approaching your senior years or have an elderly parent, turn to attorney Parker L. Clifton for those golden years. You’ll receive one-on-one attention along with in-depth legal advice.

Ratings and Reviews

Guiding Us Through the Eldercare Process

After my father passed away there were many questions my brother and I had pertaining to the finances for our mothers continued care as well as how to protect her estate. His sincere compassion and understanding with our mother at a difficult time was so appreciated, and through his knowledge and recommendations of what to…

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