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The lawyers at The Elder & Disability Law Center take a holistic approach to elder law and life-care planning for individuals and families throughout the Washington, D.C., area, Maryland, and Virginia. We provide a wide range of services to help our clients handle any legal problem an elderly or disabled adult may face, and to aid them in long-term planning for health care and financial stability.

Our Washington, D.C., elder law attorneys provide services in the following areas of law:

Life-Care Planning

We help create life-care plans that encompass all the legal needs of an elderly or disabled adult. Our lawyers are familiar with professional and nonlegal resources and services available both publicly and privately to meet the needs of the client.

We work closely with clients to create life-care plans that take into consideration issues such as:

Estate Planning

Our estate planning services cover the gamut of almost every tool available to our clients and their families:

Probate and Estate Administration

The Elder & Disability Law Center represents clients during probate for estates of any size. We can help clients navigate the sometimes difficult process, helping to ensure their loved one's assets are distributed appropriately and according to their wishes as expressed in the will.

Guardianships and Conservatorships

We help family members establish guardianships and conservatorships for their incapacitated loved ones. We are also able to provide sophisticated legal assistance to guardians and conservators after their court appointment in the management of their ward's personal and financial affairs.

Medicaid Eligibility Planning

Our lawyers assist clients in understanding the Medicaid program, and help ensure their eligibility through the creation of comprehensive life-care and financial plans. We guide clients through the often confusing and difficult Medicaid application process.

Contact Our Firm

Matching your needs with the correct estate planning, Medicaid planning or other life-care planning tools is crucial to providing for your needs and those of a loved one. We have made a solid commitment to these areas of the law. We will help you establish a plan that sets your mind at ease about your future or the future of a loved one.

To schedule a consultation with one of our experienced Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., elder and disability attorneys, contact The Elder & Disability Law Center through this website, by phone at 202-769-0207, 866-399-4324, or by e-mail.