We are committed to helping people and their families make sure their loved ones receive quality care and enjoy a good quality of life.
As our population ages, it is important for you to plan for your care if you get to a point in your life when you may not be able to care for yourself. There are many things to consider. The type of care is important and depends on the person and their needs. Some people will only need minimal supervision, while others may need more assistance and care.
We help our clients and their families:
- Identify quality care and resources for your family member, and programs or funds to pay for the care.
- Planning to preserve your estate before a crisis arises.
- Eligibility for Medi-Cal or VA coverage.
- Dealing with legal issues that arise when a family member has dementia, a disability, special needs, is incapacitated, or dies.
Call (707) 553-7356 or fill out the form on our Contact page to schedule your consultation.