Certified Elder Law Attorneys and Life Care Planning – A Holistic Approach
Kreisher Marshall & Associates, LLC, is pleased to announce that Attorney Marissa B. Marshall is now a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA). She joins Attorney Marianne E. Kreisher as the only certified elder law attorneys in Columbia and Montour Counties.
As CELAs, Attorneys Kreisher and Marshall offer you something that other attorneys do not: professional expertise in the unique needs of seniors. Obtaining advice from a certified elder law attorney is your best choice for important issues such as:
- Long-term care planning
- Asset Protection
- Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security and Veterans’ benefits
- Powers of Attorney & Guardianships
- Estate Planning (wills & trusts)
- Estate Administration
- Special needs counseling (trusts, housing, employment)
CELAs are not just authorities on legal issues affecting seniors, they are also familiar with other vital resources and services – both public and private – that can help meet the needs of senior citizens.
Life Care Planning
Life care planning describes how experienced and knowledgeable elder law attorneys and care coordinators work together with you and your family to meet your medical, long-term care, legal and emotional needs – now and in the future. The focus of a life care plan is to strive for your good health, safety and well-being in the least restrictive environment.
The Law Offices of Kreisher Marshall & Associates, LLC, are members of the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association and are recognized as a life care planning law firm. Our elder care coordinators, Elaine Spicher and Karrie Sarisky, and certified elder law attorneys create a relationship with you and your family to focus on maximizing your quality of life and independence. We offer support to families whose elderly loved ones are at home, in assisted living or skilled nursing facilities. We coordinate needed care, community services, and serve as the senior’s advocate, as well as provide emotional support for the family during these difficult times. This lightens the load for family caregivers, improves the senior’s qualify of life, and can even postpone the need for nursing home care.