Deciding to put your parent or parents in a nursing home is one of
the most difficult decisions you will ever make. Unfortunately, with
nursing home laws in Texas, determining how to get the help you need
without going bankrupt can seem impossible.
It is important to be well educated on Texas nursing
home law and how to work within the system in order to get
the help you need for your parents while protecting their assets.
There are many aspects to Denton County, Texas nursing
home law that are in place today in order to provide you
and your loved ones the protection you need. In order to make certain
the Texas nursing home law is working in your favor,
it is important to find the right attorney.
When searching for the right lawyer, there are several things you should
keep in mind. These include…
- How much experience does the lawyer have with nursing home laws
- How many years has the lawyer been practicing?
- How many of those years have been in Texas?
- Does the lawyer provide assistance for one flat fee, or does every
procedure cost extra?
- Does the lawyer provide assistance and guidance to help you in making
the right decisions for your loved one?
It is easy to get swept away by emotions when putting a parent into
a nursing home. This is why you need someone on your side that understands
Denton County, Texas nursing home law and will make sure your rights
Richard M. Barron is dedicated to helping each one of his clients get
the help they need in as little time as possible while working within
the limits of Texas nursing home law.
With 17 years experience and a solid understanding of Texas nursing
home law, we will guide you through the entire process with only a one
time flat fee for our services.
In addition, our various FREE online consumer guides can help you make
the right decisions for you and your family.
Call 903-564-3663 or email us at [email protected] to
learn more about how we can help you navigate today’s nursing
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