Elder Law Attorney in Georgetown
Legal Guidance for Estate & Medicaid Planning
Our seasoned and reputable legal team at Rainey & Rainey, Attorneys at Law, LP is committed to helping clients throughout the greater Georgetown/ Round Rock area resolve a variety of legal matters involving families and elderly individuals. We proudly offer comprehensive planning services for Medicaid Planning and qualification to pay for long term costs, and other government benefits and other important financial matters that can impact your estate. We understand it’s crucial to plan for the future to ensure you have the personalized attention you deserve in the later stages of life, so don’t hesitate to reach out to our law firm to discuss the best way of handling your current situation.
Elder Law Matters We Handle
When clients choose Rainey & Rainey to represent them, we make preserving their independence, dignity, and legal rights our top priority. Get in touch with an elder law attorney at our firm today if you have questions or concerns about any of the following legal matters:
- Medicaid Planning
- Benefits Planning
- Qualified Income Trusts/Miller Trusts
- Powers of Attorney
- Asset Protection
- Probate, Wills, and Trusts
- Special Needs Planning
- Lady Bird Deeds
We’ll Fight for All of the Benefits You Deserve
Our lawyers have firsthand experience helping clients and their families who have been blind-sided by a sudden need for long-term care. We have the resources and knowledge of the law that clients need on their side to secure Medicaid benefits to cover their long-term care expenses. However, Medicaid eligibility is dependent on your income and assets, which is why you should consult with a lawyer to draft a plan that will protect your hard-earned assets.
What Is an Enhanced Life Estate Deed?
Texas was among the first states in the country to offer the Enhanced Life Estate Deed or Lady Bird Deed. With this estate planning tool, you can transfer real property to your children immediately after you pass away. Under a Lady Bird Deed, you can keep your property rights until your death. Once you die, ownership of your real property is transferred to your children or named beneficiary.
Speak to Our Skilled Elder Law Lawyers Today
If you’re ready to meet with our elder law lawyers to discuss your future and important planning strategies, then please stop by Rainey & Rainey, Attorneys at Law, LP in Georgetown. We know that estate and long-term care planning can be overwhelming. But with guidance from our top-notch legal team, you can feel confident that your best interests will be respected and protected.
To schedule your appointment with an elder law lawyer in Georgetown, please call us at (254) 826-8151 today.