“The Difference Between Elder Law and Estate Planning”


The Difference Between Elder Law and Estate Planning,” ElderLawAnswers



“Elder law planning is concerned with ensuring that seniors live long, healthy, and financially secure lives. It usually involves anticipating future medical needs, including long-term care. Elder law attorneys can help you develop a plan to pay for future care while preserving some of your assets. They can also assist you with qualifying for Medicaid or other benefits to pay for long-term care.”


LTC Comment, Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform:

There you have it. Elder law equals Medicaid planning.