Compassionately Supporting Elders And Aging Adults
Kelsey & Hickey, PLLC, strives to provide practical, sustainable plans for families in North Texas. We are passionate about helping the members of our Denton community with their planning and legal needs.
A lawyer can offer advice regarding your long-term care and related matters, including:
- Comprehensive planning and tools for expressing your desires
- End-of-life planning
- Powers of attorney
Building A Foundation For The Rest Of Your Life
It is never too early — nor too late — to begin planning for your future. Starting now can give you and your loved ones a greater opportunity to be secure and comfortable for years to come.
The role of an attorney focuses on helping you plan for your future needs and the handling of your estate, and helping you determine how to ensure that your desires are expressed in enforceable planning documents. Our lawyers listen to the needs and goals of clients and then work to help you clearly and properly express those desires.
We also offer assistance with Medicaid planning, insurance policies for long-term care and nursing home coverage.
Creating A Guardianship For A Loved One
Our elder law planning clients are often assisted by adult children or close relatives of an aging adult. Your loved one might have already appointed you as their preferred guardian or an agent under a power of attorney, but many seniors receive court-appointed guardians when conventional planning cannot adequately cover all needs. And not every attorney is authorized by the State Bar of Texas to practice certain areas of guardianship law before a court — ours are.
As a guardian of your loved one, you are responsible for making important decisions for them, from a care standpoint, financial standpoint or maybe both. Our lawyers will guide you as to what you can and cannot do to properly perform these duties.
Find Help At Our Law Firm
We are ready to discuss your concerns about elder law and guardianships. Make an appointment with Kelsey & Hickey, PLLC, by calling 940-387-9551 or filling out our contact form. Our elder law attorneys’ combined legal experience totals more than a century.