Areas of Practice

Richard M. Barron specializes in areas of practice affecting elders, veterans, the disabled and their families. The Barron Law Firm can assist you in the following areas of practice to help you better understand legal, financial and health care issues of the elderly.

Areas of Practice:

Life Care Planning
Hospice Care
Caring for Someone with Alzheimers
Power of Attorney in Texas
Veteran’s Benefits
Nursing Home and Assisted Living
Estate and Disability Planning

Below is a partial list of what an Elder Law attorney might do:

  • Preservation or transfer of assets seeking to avoid spousal impoverishment when a spouse enters a nursing home
  • Medicaid qualification and application and Medicaid planning strategies
  • Disability planning, including use of durable powers of attorney, living trusts, “living wills,” for financial management and health care decisions, and other means of delegating management and decision-making to another in case of incompetency or incapacity
  • Conservatorships and guardianships
  • Estate planning, including planning for the management of one’s estate during life and its disposition on death through the use of trusts, wills and other planning documents
  • Probate
  • Administration and management of trusts and estates
  • Long term care placements in nursing home and life care communities
  • Nursing home issues including questions of patients’ rights and nursing home quality
  • Housing issues, and home equity conversions (reverse mortgage)
  • Life Care Planning
  • Veteran’s Benefits

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