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Firm Expands Practice To Include Elder Law

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman has been providing trust and estate planning and estate administration services for decades. There are, however, a whole host of other unique and daunting financial and legal challenges confronting the older population. “Elder law” is a specialized area of law practiced by attorneys who are trained to guide their clients through these complicated issues.

PR&A is pleased to announce that the firm is expanding its services to include elder law. To that end, experienced elder law attorney Victor J. Medina, Esquire has become “of counsel” to PR&A. Mr. Medina is now available to provide the following assistance to our client families with aging parents and/or grandparents, as well as our senior citizen clients:

-         Navigating and managing elder care legal and financial difficulties and emergencies as they are unfolding;

-         Using proven legal strategies to protect assets from the devastating costs of long-term care, whether that care is given in the home, an assisted living facility or a nursing home;

-        Planning for Medicaid coverage of long-term care and applying for coverage when the time comes;

-         Planning for the financial protection of a well spouse when the other spouse is infirmed and requires long term care; and

-         Qualifying for Veterans and widows/widowers of deceased Veterans benefits.

Our clients are the firm’s most precious assets. Many of you and your loved ones have looked to us for advice and counsel for multiple generations. It is to better and fully serve your needs that we have forged this relationship with elder law attorney, Victor Medina, in whom we repose the utmost faith and confidence.

One certainty in this life is that the aging process marches on, and it is often accompanied by serious and expensive health care issues that many families are unprepared to tackle. We hope that you will take advantage of Mr. Medina’s skills and expertise to help you in a crisis, or better yet, to help you plan and prepare for the elder care issues that may arise down the road.

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