Las Vegas Elder Law Attorney

Elder law is focuses on the specific needs of the elderly and the aging population. From discussing health care needs to devising the best plan of action for financial care, Roland Law Firm is here for you. With over 30 years of combined experience from our attorneys, we have the necessary knowledge and tools to assist our clients in preparing for the future. Our Las Vegas and Henderson legal team is dedicated in providing our clients with strong legal counsel and empowering them to make important decisions.

We can assist with your elder law needs in regards to the following:

Contested Guardianship
When an individual becomes physically or mentally incapacitated, a close friend or family member will often petition the court for guardianship to handle the incapacitated person's personal and/or financial affairs. However, another party may contest a petition for guardianship, generally because they are concerned about financial exploitation of the proposed ward. At Roland Law Firm, we represent clients in both ends of contested guardianship matters and can help protect your rights.

Elder Law FAQ
In today's society, America's elderly population is wealthier, more educated, and living longer than ever before. For this reason, elder law has become a growing, specialized area of law that focuses on the needs of our elderly population. To learn more about elder law and the benefits of obtaining legal advice for estate planning and long-term care, continue reading our elder law FAQ page.

Estate Planning
This area of law focuses on creating an estate plan best reflects your unique wishes as well as addressing such issues as prenuptial, co-habitation and property agreements. By speaking with an elder law attorney from our firm, you are starting in the right path toward creating an effective estate plan will best protect you, your family and your assets during incapacitation or upon your death.

Guardianships
A guardianship is established by the court when an individual becomes incapacitated and can no longer make important decisions. From limited to general guardianships, the scope of the guardianship depends on the severity of the incapacitated person's condition. Our Las Vegas law firm is experienced in providing personal assistance to families of the elderly or incapacitated and is able to counsel in all aspects of the process.

Medicaid
When an individual becomes older in age in Nevada, he or she may see their retirement fund dissolve sooner than they had anticipated. From nursing home care to medical bills and prescriptions, costs can add up in the blink of an eye. Medicaid is an option provided to the public which serves as an aid to those who are unable to pay for their expenses. By speaking with Roland Law Firm, you can prepare and best plan for the confusions and difficulties involved with Medicaid planning.

How Our Elder Lawyers in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada Can Help You

Roland Law Firm has the qualification and determination to assist its clients with their elder law needs. Whether you or a loved one are in need of legal counsel, let our legal team get you started on the right path toward a more secure future. Having served as chair of the Elder Law Selection of the Nevada State Bar and being an active member to the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Attorney Harriet H. Roland is extremely knowledgeable in the legal realm of elder law. She is also known for lecturing to the bar as well as being co-author to many educational articles about the topic. At Roland Law Firm, our dedicated attorneys can help you tackle your legal case, no matter how simple or complex it may be.

Contact our Las Vegas and Henderson elder law firm to get started with your case immediately!

Roland Law Firm
Las Vegas Estate Planning Attorney
2470 East Saint Rose Pkwy, Suite 105, Henderson, NV 89074
Phone: (702) 529-3116 Local Phone: (702) 452-1500

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