Experienced Elder Law Services Tailored To Your Unique Needs

elder lawHas your family member or partner been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia? Is your relative or loved one no longer able to care for himself or herself due to a chronic condition such as congestive heart failure ("CHF") or diabetes?  We can provide guidance and recommendations for legal protections and planning before it is too late and a crisis develops.

Beltrano Law provides knowledgeable assistance and compassionate guidance for individuals and their families in all aspects of elder law, long-term care planning and general estate planning. We understand how important it is for our clients to feel comfortable discussing their fears and hopes for the future, so we offer concierge services. This allows us to meet clients in their homes or wherever they are receiving medical care.

Our goal is to educate clients and provide them with legal options which can help them protect family assets and preserve their quality of life. We know that all individuals want to remain in control of their lives despite any change in their health condition. We give them the tools to legally document their wishes and ensure that they will be honored.

"I have helped thousands of patients and families prepare for and cope with the difficult choices and challenges that they face — sometimes daily — while being a participant in the U.S. health care system. As an attorney, my mission as well as my passion is to arm families and patients with the knowledge of their legal options and the power to know when and how they can make informed decisions about their individual medical care." — Attorney Michelle Beltrano

How We Can Help You

Beltrano Law has nearly a decade of experience handling long-term care matters on behalf of patients and their families in Connecticut and Westchester County in New York. Our services include:

  • Asset protection and estate planning, including help with special needs planning
  • Conservatorships and guardianships
  • Living wills and health care representatives
  • Powers of attorney
  • Medicare and Medicaid planning
  • Supportive housing options
  • Choosing a long-term care or skilled nursing center

Most families understand the need for a comprehensive estate and long-term care plan, but delay making permanent decisions because they do not know where or how to begin the process, or find it too overwhelming. Greenwich elder law attorney Michelle Beltrano guides clients through this process by helping to start this conversation with family members.

Michelle and her vast network of resources also help clients manage the challenges of seeking short term rehabilitation, long-term care or assisted living. If you would like, Michelle and her team will also oversee the discharge process and ensure that the proper medical help and safeguards are in place when you return home.

Making Plans For When And If You Cannot

Elder Law attorney Michelle Beltrano also handles estate planning issues and counsels clients about planning for incapacity with alternative decision making documents. Knowing that their wishes will be honored and their assets are protected gives individuals peace of mind during a health crisis. It also allows families to spend time with their loved ones instead of working on complicated legal matters.

Contact Us For Long-Term Care Solutions That Fit Your Needs

elder lawBeltrano Law can help you develop a tailored solution that protects your hard-earned assets and provides your loved one with the best long-term care situation given his or her unique health needs. For more information, contact our firm at 203-340-2610 to schedule an initial consultation with lawyer Michelle Beltrano.