Thomas W. McCulloch and our elder law team integrates traditional estate planning services with a broader, holistic approach to help client families identify and access quality long-term care services for aging parents and other older adults whose physical or mental health may not allow them to live independently.
Our elder law team takes a comprehensive approach to addressing long-term-care planning concerns. Please contact our office to learn more about how we can help you.
Our Services Include Planning and Paying for Long Term Care
The traditional estate planning services we offer include asset protection, preparation of legal documents such as wills, trusts and powers of attorney. Thomas W. McCulloch, JD, CPA has the legal and financial knowledge needed to address a wide range of issues when establishing a trust, will, business succession plan or elder care plan.
We are elder advocates. The elder law team also offers older adults and their families the support of an elder care coordinator as a component of life care planning, a comprehensive service with the goal of supporting the older adult’s quality of life.
Revocable Living Trusts • Wills • Powers of Attorney • Medicaid Planning * • Living Wills • Medical Power of Attorney • Life Insurance Trusts • Family Limited Partnerships • Life Care Planning * • Limited Liability Companies • Corporations • Charitable Trusts • VA and Public Benefits Planning * • Other Estate Planning and Tax Planning Strategies
Caregiving is a labor of love between adult children and their elderly parents. Nevertheless, the experience is not without its physical and emotional challenges for both the adult caregiver and the parent. Enter respite care.