Brazos County elder law attorney Chris Peterson explains what you need to know about palliative care for your elderly loved one.
Bryan Elder Law Attorney shares how you can walk the line between helping your elderly loved one and keeping their boundaries.
What You Should Know About Nursing Home Visitations After COVID | College Station Elder Law Attorney
College Station elder law attorney Chris Peterson shares possible restrictions to be aware of when planning to visit a loved one in a nursing home.
Bryan elder law attorney Chris Peterson explains how a caregiver contract can establish the terms and responsibilities of the caregiving relationship.
College Station Estate Lawyer Answers, “What Do I Do If My Loved One Is Experiencing Dementia Without Having Written a Will?”
College Station estate lawyer Chris Peterson explains the options for your loved one who is experiencing dementia and doesn't have a will.
Are you caring for an elderly loved one? Brazos County elder lawyers share ways to take care of yourself so you can be at your best.
Bryan elder law attorney Chris Peterson shares what to look for and what to watch out for in choosing the right long-term care facility for your elderly loved one.
Attorney Chris Peterson shares updates to Aid & Attendance benefits and how to quality if you are not receiving them.
For those caring for elderly relatives in Brazos County, there may be relief knowing that the senior has a medical directive, power of attorney, and/or trust in case he or she becomes incapacitated. However, it’s also possible that there is no guiding documentation to help when the relative is unable to make decisions on his or her own behalf. In Texas, adult guardianships may be the only way to ensure your relative is cared for in later years.
Wondering when you should start planning for long-term care? College Station elder lawyer Chris Peterson answers your questions.
Bryan elder law attorneys share important considerations before you decide to rent out your parents' home if they are no longer able to live in it.
On National Healthcare Decisions Day, College Station attorney Chris Peterson explains the importance of documenting your healthcare choices.
Pay Now or Later? Considerations When Hiring a Brazos County Elder Law Attorneys to Help Plan For Long-Term Care
Many seniors and their families put off consulting with Brazos County elder law attorneys to plan for long-term care because they're afraid of the cost. But an elder law attorney can help you save money in the long run as well as make sure you are getting the best care for yourself or your loved ...
You may be afraid of losing your home if you have to enter a nursing home and apply for Medicaid. While this fear is well-founded, transferring the home to your children is usually not the best way to protect it....