When placing a loved one in long-term care, there are financial and emotional decisions to make. For many families, these decisions carry many questions and heavy concerns, such as:

  • What is the best facility for placement?
  • Is at-home care an option for our loved one?
  • Do we need a professional contract for at-home care?
  • What benefits are available to help pay for long-term care?
  • What assets, if any, can I protect for my loved ones?
  • What type of income do I need for my long-term care needs?
  • Can I still provide money for my at-home spouse?

Rest assured, our Muskegon elder law attorneys have sound knowledge and compassionate advice to help you navigate these questions. Our attorneys are here to help develop a plan that meets your needs and, most importantly, provides the best care possible for your loved one.

The attorneys at Gielow Groom Terpstra & McEvoy will work side-by-side with you and your family throughout the long-term care process. Moreover, our elder law attorneys will be available to answer all questions and explain important concepts along the way, walking you through the application and placement process.

Our law firm understands the true value of providing the best possible long-term care for your loved one. Our attorneys are committed to providing you the legal advice you need bringing you complete peace of mind about your family’s future. Let one of our accomplished Muskegon elder law attorneys help plan for your loved one’s long-term care in Muskegon, Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Holland, Grand Rapids, or elsewhere in West Michigan.