Out Of State Elder Care
Cuyahoga Falls Elder Care Lawyer
At the Law Office of Margaret H. Kreiner, I work regularly with out-of-state adult children of elderly parents living in Ohio. Recognizing people are not always able to immediately board a plane or drive long distances to put their parents' affairs in order, we have created an office environment that allows us to work with out-of-state clients over the phone and through the internet. Since 1985, our firm has focused exclusively helping families and individuals in the areas of elder law and elder health care planning. Our lawyers have cultivated an in-depth understanding of estate planning, tax issues, Medicare and Medicaid, and what can be done to ensure your loved one's health care and financial interests are taken care of and protected.
I have the experience and flexibility you're looking for in making sure your parent's needs are taken care of. For more information about our firm and how I can help you address your parents' needs, contact me at the Law Office of Margaret H. Kreiner today.
Our Ohio Elder Law Practice
I advise and represent clients in regard to the following elder law issues:
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Durable Power of Attorneys
- Living Wills and Durable Power of Attorneys for Health Care
- Estate Planning
- Asset Preservation
- And Many More
Peace of Mind and Assurance
As an elder law attorney, I realize the stress and anxiety associated with trying to care for and manage the affairs of an elderly parent from a different state. In order to facilitate a hands-on approach that ensures you have the information you need in regard to the financial, tax, and legal issues involved, I work directly with our out-state-clients.
You'll never have to worry about talking to a paralegal or talking to a legal assistant in order to obtain information or have an issue resolved. We can prepare all necessary documents and gather other needed information prior to your visiting your loved ones, expediting filings, petitions, and other legal proceedings once you arrive.
Please Contact Our Office for Additional Information
If you are just beginning to plan for an elderly parent's health care of financial needs, contact elder care attorney at the Law Office of Margaret H. Kreiner today. I can explain Medicare and Medicaid regulations, tax issues, and all applicable state and federal law that impacts your parent's situation. Gain peace of mind -- call our office today.