The Life Care Plan places special emphasis on issues surrounding long life. The Life Care Plan connects your concerns about long-term care as you go though the later stages of your life with our knowledge and expertise at the Rothkoff Law Group, formerly known as the Law Offices of Jerold E. Rothkoff. We will be with you and your loved ones every step of the way to assist you in making the right choices.
There are three principal goals of the Life Care Plan that we help you develop and implement:
“Quality Care & Safety”We help make sure that you or your loved one gets good care, whether that care is at home or outside the traditional home setting such as a nursing home. This is the most important of all goals, for it goes to the very heart of your quality of life in your later years. Your Life Care Plan is focused first on your good health, safety, and well-being.
“Selecting Proper Care”
We help you make decisions relating to your health care, long-term care, and special needs. For most of our clients and their families, it is a comfort and a relief to realize that they always have a resource of experienced, supportive, knowledgeable, and objective advisors with them every step of the way.
We help you find sources to pay for good care. We help protect and preserve the assets you have accumulated during a lifetime of hard work, thrifty behavior, and astute investment decision-making. We work with you through the maze of choices and options to find the best, or often, the most comfortable solution to the asset protection problem created by the need to pay for quality long-term care.
Your Life Care Plan will help you answer several questions:
A Life Care Plan helps you and your loved ones answer other pressing questions as well:
“Possible Pressing Questions Regarding a Life Care Plan…”
A Life Care Plan, depending upon the services our client elects, therefore includes both elder law and care assessment and management services.
You pay one flat fee for a Life Care Plan. We prefer not to bill clients by the hour for our work. We have found that most clients and their families do not like hourly billing either. We also have seen several problems with piecemeal, flat-fee services, and we want to make sure that a client does not limit the scope of planning services needed simply because of cost. And, where piecemeal, flat-fee services can result in gaps in service, or worse, greater cost in legal services due to the sheer variety and amount of services needed in many situations, our Life Care Plan takes these concerns into account.
Your particular services for your Life Care Plan with us will be customized to fit your desires and needs. The flat fee for your Life Care Plan includes all necessary legal documents, consultations, and other services, including the services of our geriatric care managers, necessary to implement your “plan of action.”
Your particular fee for your Life Care Plan will be set in advance based upon the following factors:
“Assessing a Fee for your Life Care Plan”
At your first meeting with us, a flat consultation fee of $400 (which can be credited to the cost of your Life Care Plan), we will review your situation and discuss your options.We then will be able to determine the flat fee you would pay for your Life care Plan.
Please call or e-mail us to set up a first meeting to see whether a Life Care Plan is right for you, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (877) 475-1101.