Helping With A Host Of Elder Law Concerns
If you or your Colorado family are facing legal, financial and emotional issues connected to a senior loved one’s incapacity, disability, professional long-term care or death, the peace of mind you are seeking could be well within your reach, with the help of a skilled, compassionate elder law attorney.
The experienced lawyer with the solid advice you need for Medicaid planning, asset protection and long-term care of your elderly relative is Kathryn Kaeble, founder of the Kaeble Law LLC in Lakewood, serving clients in Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Golden, west Denver metro and Front Range.
Many elderly Americans realize that they need to qualify to receive long-term care benefits for a debilitating illness such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. Kathryn Kaeble educates, advocates and updates clients on the many ways that this goal can be achieved. She uses her more than 30 years of legal experience to help with all aspects of incapacity and disability planning, the spending down of assets and the five-year “look back” penalty for Medicaid. She gives you the facts you need for wise decisions about transfers of assets and special needs trusts, so that problems in the future can be avoided.
Kathryn Kaeble offers quality representation to a broad range of caregivers, fiduciaries, guardians, conservators, estate administrators, trustees, and anyone who has the responsibility of caring for a disabled elder, adult or minor child. Contact our law office today for a free phone consultation at 720-759-3082 .
Kathryn Kaeble Shows You How Planning Today Can Bring a Brighter Tomorrow
Our experienced law firm provides creative, client-focused solutions for elder law issues of all kinds, listens carefully to your wishes and goals, and recommends strategies for elder law topics such as:
- Medicaid planning – from benefits application to qualification for benefits
- Counsel for private insurance and public benefits – representation for administrative hearings and appeals, and methods of maximizing effectiveness of long-term care
- Asset protection – preserving wealth to meet care needs without eliminating public benefits
- Legal capacity – to assure that a senior loved one continues to have input into his or her affairs
- Special needs trusts – to exempt assets from consideration by Medicaid while continuing financial support for an impoverished senior or disabled family member
- Placement counseling for long-term care – one-on-one personal service for selection and payment of nursing homes and assisted living centers
Kathryn Kaeble customizes and personalizes her elder law services to suit your Colorado family’s specific, unique needs. She gives you maximum availability to her expertise throughout the legal process so that any spontaneous question or concern you have can be promptly addressed. You can feel free to call upon her at any time for an emergency situation, short-term objective or long-term goal related to care of an elderly relative.
Your phone consultation with our skilled Lakewood elder law attorney is free of charge. Call or e-mail the Kathryn Kaeble – and take care of the future by planning today.