As our parents grow older, it’s up to us – their adult children and loved ones – to make sure their needs are met. Some families embrace this responsibility with single-minded determination. For most families, however, it’s not that easy. The gray areas can quickly multiply. You may be facing difficult issues like:
- How do you know when it’s time for Mom or Dad to transition into an assisted living facility?
- How will your family handle the financial realities of paying for long-term care?
- How do you select the right care options?
- How do you know when a loved one is legally incapacitated?
- When is legal intervention – such as a guardianship – necessary?
- How do you gain the legal authority to act on Mom or Dad’s behalf?
These considerations can be overwhelming – especially when you don’t know where to begin or where to turn for help. Half the battle is simply finding answers.
A Go-To Elder Law Attorney In The Kansas City Area
When you need guidance, turn to me, Linda Hart Tabory, a Kansas City-based lawyer with more than 30 years of legal experience. I help seniors and their loved ones work through the legal, practical and financial issues involved in caring for aging parents.
I understand how important it is for families to navigate these transitions together. As the saying goes, “No man [or woman] is an island.” When Mom or Dad needs help, your family deserves a legal advocate who will treat you like family. You’ll find that level of care and attention at my office.
I understand the family dynamics involved in making difficult decisions. By providing holistic guidance from a neutral perspective, I can help your family move forward with confidence.
My family consulting services are always geared toward your loved one’s interests. I analyze legal issues in real-world terms. You can expect to come away with a better understanding of your family’s options and next steps.
What If You Don’t Live Nearby?
These days, it’s common for families to live far apart. The Internet makes it easy to remain connected across long distances. If you have elderly parents in the Kansas City area, you can still turn to me for guidance, even if you don’t live in the area. I routinely work with family members who are spread out across the country.
Get Started Today
The first step toward preparing for the future is simple: Call 913-213-6585 or reach out to me online for a no-obligation consultation. We can then discuss next steps for creating an approach that fits your needs.