Elder Law

RMP advises clients dealing with issues involving the long-term care of spouses and loved ones. This representation includes advising individuals in both Medicaid crisis planning and preplanning for the potential need of long-term care. The individuals at RMP involved in the elder law section include a former supervisor with the Arkansas Department of Human Services long-term care unit, as well as a former nursing home administrator.  The experience of the Elder Law team allows for both legal and practical guidance for families needing long-term care assistance.  Areas of representation include the following:

  • Advising on proper structure of assets when faced with long-term care;
  • Guardianship-including temporary (emergency) guardianship and permanent guardianship proceedings;
  • Establishment and proper use of Miller Trust;
  • Pre-planning for potential long-term care (scenarios where long-term care may be required within a matter of years);
  • Medicaid Crisis planning for long-term care (scenarios involving immediate necessity to transition to skilled nursing care)
Portrait Of A Elder Great-grandfather Of More Than 100 Years And His Great-granddaughter Of 10 Years Old


Collier Moore
Trae Norton

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