Elderly Housing Issues
Understanding and planning for housing needs of the elderly is rarely a worry-free matter for families. Housing choices may affect and be affected by health care concerns, family relationship dynamics, Medicaid planning and estate planning issues. Consulting with a knowledgeable elder care attorney is an important step as aging individuals or couples and their family members evaluate options and lay the groundwork for smart decisions.
Families often contact Kitrick, McWeeney & Wells, LLC, when they begin to realize or suspect that elderly or disabled family members will face changes in the foreseeable future. Our elder law attorneys have a great deal of experience advising clients on housing-related issues including:
- Programs available to supplement costs of home care for elders who seek to remain in their own homes as long as possible.
- Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs)
- Assisted living facilities
- Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs)
- Long-term care insurance
- Real estate issues
Proactively, Kitrick, McWeeney & Wells, LLC , can help families investigate resources for disabled or elder housing needs now and in the future. Reactively, the law firm can advocate for clients if there are disputes with a nursing home, disagreements between elderly people and their adult children, questions about Medicaid planning and real estate ownership and other related matters. Contact us by phone (732) 920-8383 to schedule a no-obligation consultation.