Category Archives: Elder Law

Some people are able to retire earlier than others. While many folks have dreams of early retirement, it may not always be best for their situation. If you’re nearing retirement, you may have some questions and concerns, and the Davidson Law Group is here to provide guidance. Today, our elder law attorneys share some things […]

Medicare provides health and financial security to millions of older people. But did you know that it also helps younger people with disabilities? Medicaid offers benefits that Medicare normally doesn’t cover, such as nursing home care. At the Davidson Law Group, we strive to keep our clients educated and informed on all topics relating to […]

Davidson Law Group Explains the Pros and Cons of Adult Guardianship If you have a loved one who is intellectually or physically disabled, you may need to consider legal guardianship or conservatorship. Whatever your unique circumstances may be, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of adult guardianship so you can make the best […]

What Is The Difference Between An Estate Planning Attorney And An Elder Law Attorney? At some point in one’s life, you will have to begin thinking about estate planning. While it is possible to do this on your own, it is much easier — and much safer — to seek the counsel of an attorney. […]

Questions To Ask Before Hiring An Elder Law Attorney While it isn’t always pleasant to talk about, it is no less true that as you age, things become more uncertain. Eventually, finding an elder law attorney will be a necessity, especially for people with long-term health care needs. Aging presents a unique set of challenges […]

Elder Law: How to Handle Your Parents’ Debt As parents approach their elderly years, the stresses of the child certainly rise. You have to think about how you are going to take care of your parents deciding whether or not you will care for them in their home or if a nursing home is a […]

Elder Law Attorney Advises on Appointing Guardianship As with the selection of the proper elder law attorney and estate executor, appointing a guardian to make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so is an important decision. It should be made carefully and with much consideration and research. In order to understand […]