Coffee County Elder Law Attorney

Knowing how health insurance law, as well as how government and veterans benefits programs function is vital for many families in middle Tennessee. At the offices of Cathy G. Conley, Attorney at Law, in Tullahoma and McMinnville, we are deeply involved in helping individuals and families navigate the legal concerns and practical application of elder care solutions to provide peace of mind for our valued clients.

Retirement Planning, Asset Protection And Long-Term Planning Are Vital Concerns

The costs of health care and the requirements imposed by government regulations in applying for benefits make it more important than ever for you to seek the guidance of an experienced elder law attorney you can trust. Individuals and couples approaching retirement can benefit from taking a more comprehensive look at long-term planning options to enhance an overall estate plan.

We also help family members understand the complex health insurance and benefits regulations to allow them to gain focus in helping their parents and grandparents navigate asset protection and long-term care planning concerns.

We strive to help clients address elder care and elder law matters proactively. With the ever changing legal landscape, we believe that acting early in addressing elder care choices can effectively protect assets and interests without the need for last-minute crisis planning or Medicaid planning.

Empathetic Elder Law Representation From A Skilled Coffee County Lawyer

We take the time to review the entire financial picture and asset structure to understand each client's unique needs and goals. Cathy G. Conley, Attorney at Law, draws on more than 25 years of experience in estate planning and trust creation to fortify our elder law planning practice to craft innovative solutions tailored to the individual needs of our clients.

When loved ones are not able to make decisions for themselves, our elder law experience includes creating court supervised conservatorships to give family members peace of mind. Conservators may be appointed to make decisions regarding important matters, such as housing and health decisions on behalf of an incapacitated loved one. A conservator of the estate may be appointed to manage finances and assets of an incapacitated person.

To schedule an appointment with a respected elder law attorney, contact Cathy G. Conley, Attorney at Law, online or call 931-841-9918. We offer high-quality, affordable legal services to individuals and families throughout middle Tennessee.