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"What does elder law involve?"

This is a common question for people who find themselves or loved ones rapidly approaching retirement. The long answer here is that elder law encompasses and involves a wide range of legal issues — from estate planning, powers of attorney and conservatorships to asset protection and Medicare or Medicaid planning. More briefly, it's about achieving personal and financial security for your golden years and protecting the legacies you wish to leave behind.

At Hodges Law Firm, LLC, in Cumming, Georgia, we provide sound financial and legal planning services for elder law-related needs and concerns of every type throughout the Atlanta area. In fact, our firm's founding attorney, Russell Hodges, has been helping clients address these issues for more than 30 years. We're here to help you, and we encourage you to contact our lawyers for a free consultation today.

Achieving The Vision You Have For Your Golden Years

As you might have noticed from this list, ensuring eligibility for Medicare, Medicaid and other government benefit programs is probably the single biggest concern that most people have when approaching retirement. Unfortunately, the eligibility requirements for these programs can be both confusing and punishing in some respects.

Punishing? Yes, these programs essentially want applicants to be nearly broke before allowing access to the benefits they provide.

The solution to this problem is an experienced attorney who can provide you with sound, ethical advice on how to obtain the government benefits you deserve, while preserving your assets.

Attorney Russell Hodges founded the North Georgia Elder Care Alliance, a group that offers advice on elder law issues such as long-term care insurance, financial planning and finding extended-care facilities that offer dignity and quality of life. Mr. Hodges also has access to a wide network of experts who can provide specialized types of assistance to our elder law clients in Forsyth County, Dawson County and Lumpkin County.

Serving Clients All Along The 400 Corridor North Of The Perimeter

Let us help you explore your options and find the elder law solutions that are right for you. To make that happen, contact us online or call our offices directly at 404-824-4225 and schedule a free consultation with an experienced Georgia elder law attorney.

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