SEARCH HERE

973-228-1795

Blog

Category: Blog

Which Power of Attorney Do I Need?

Power of Attorney

When creating an estate plan, it is important to designate an Agent for your Power of Attorney. This is someone you trust to make decisions for you should you become incapacitated and are unable to make decisions in the future, related to your finances, health care, estate, or other matters.

Tagged with: , ,

Building the Right Elder Care Team

elder care team

Creating a care plan for your elderly loved one is not an easy process. However, with the right team of friends, family members, and professionals in place, they will receive the best, most comprehensive care possible.

Tagged with: , ,

Can a Senior Stay at Home Too Long?

can a senior citizen stay at home too long

One of our roles at New Jersey Elder Law Center is to provide solutions to our clients that will allow them to take advantage of all options available to them.  Sometimes correct advice is counter-intuitive and causes family members to

Medicaid and MLTSS in New Jersey

Medicaid and MLTSS in New Jersey njelc

It’s important to understand the laws in New Jersey and how seniors have been affected Medicaid is a federal government health coverage program that is administered at the state level. It requires that applicants meet certain eligibility requirements and guidelines.

Why Hire a Certified Elder Law Attorney for Medicaid Applications?

Why Hire a Certified Elder Law Attorney

Managing the ins and outs of Medicaid Managed Long Term Services and Supports can be complex and overwhelming. Just determining your eligibility alone can be a daunting task. So why not ask for help?   Hiring a Certified Elder Law

What Is Medicaid Managed Long Term Services and Supports?

Medicaid managed long term services and supports

A look at the differences between NJ FamilyCare and the Medicaid Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) benefit   Medicaid benefits can be difficult to understand or manage. In New Jersey, Medicaid is meant to provide health insurance to

What Does Medicaid Managed Long Term Services and Supports Cover?

what does mltss cover

Learn what MLTSS covers in New Jersey and whether or not you’re eligible While Medicaid is a federal program, it is administered at the state level. So, it is important to understand what the program requires and offers in New

Assisted Living Facilities or Nursing Homes: Which Is Right for Your Needs?

Assisted Living facilities or Nursing Home elder care lawyers

Which type of senior care center is right for you or your family member?   Long-term care planning is an important yet difficult transition to think about for any family. But there comes a time when senior living facilities may

The Difference Between a Living Will and Last Will and Testament

difference between a living will and last will and testament law

An overview of these types of wills and when you might create them   If you’re thinking about creating a will, it’s important to understand common legal terms and the types of legal documents available for future asset protection and

Empowering Family Members to Make Decisions on Your Behalf

power of attorney empowering family members to make decisions on your behalf

Creating a Power of Attorney is an important piece of your estate plan.   Many people mistakenly believe they do not need to have a Power of Attorney in effect until after they have lost their legal capacity to sign

Separator

What our clients are saying

Separator

Awards & Accolades

client satisfaction Elder Care Attorney NJ american institute of family law attorneys award
best of essex 2017 gold winner Elder Care Attorney NJ
Elder Care Attorney NJ essex county's top lawyers 2018
Best of Essex 2018 Gold Winner Award logo

The 10 Best lists are issued by the American Institute of Legal Council; the Best of Essex lists are issued by Suburban Essex; the Top Lawyers lists are issued by Morris|Essex Health & Life. Learn more about the selective methodology for these honors: 10 BestBest of EssexTop Lawyers. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or the American Bar Association.




Top