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Spokane Elder Law Attorneys

It’s no secret that your needs change as you get older. Frequently, life changes require legal changes as well. An elder law attorney addresses the specific legal needs of older adults. The attorneys and staff at Moulton Law Offices, P.S., are here to provide you with the advice and support you need to defend your rights, protect you from exploitation, and ensure that all your needs and goals continue to be met as you get older, no matter what life throws your way. Contact our experienced Spokane elder law attorneys today to discuss those needs and goals, and let us guide you and assist you as you make the best decisions for yourself and your family.

Comprehensive Elder Law Services in Spokane

Elder law is a broad area of law that encompasses many different legal issues we face as we get older. The elder law attorneys at Moulton Law Offices address all of these needs by providing a comprehensive elder law practice for folks in Spokane. Here you will find sound legal advice and high-quality professional assistance in a variety of areas most relevant to you, including estate planning, health care, financial planning, long-term care planning, end-of-life decisions, planning for incapacity, securing health insurance benefits including Medicare and Medicaid, retirement planning, and more. We invite you to visit our offices in Spokane or schedule a consultation over the phone; we can provide services remotely through electronic means to limit the need to travel or meet in person if you prefer. Below is a description of just some of the elder law practice areas where we may be of service to you.


Medicaid can be essential to afford long-term care, but eligibility is strictly limited to low-income individuals. Through careful planning, we can assist you in qualifying for Medicaid without seriously jeopardizing your property, allowing you to keep your home and save your most precious assets. We conduct pre-need planning for older adults through the creation of Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts and other strategies. We can also help you if you are in a Medicaid crisis – already admitted to a nursing home and needing to qualify quickly to afford your long-term care. We assist clients with the Medicaid application itself in addition to helping you qualify for Medicaid while avoiding Medicaid liens and without going broke in the process.

Estate Planning

Estate Planning includes more than just deciding where your money goes after you pass on. Proper planning also involves addressing your quality of life in your later years. Whether including a special needs trust provision in your wills for you and your spouse, or drafting the right set of powers of attorney and health care directives to meet your needs, we can help you ensure that your medical care and financial affairs will be properly managed the way you want even if you become incapacitated and incapable of managing your affairs for a brief period or long-term.

Other Elder Law Services

Moulton Law Offices can help you apply for and receive Social Security benefits and other benefits, assisting you in obtaining the maximum benefits that meet your present needs. Our experienced lawyers are here to review continuing care contracts, retirement community agreements, caregiver contracts and other legal documents to ensure you get the care you need and expect to receive. Having the aid of experienced legal professionals at these times can be critical to helping you make the best decisions for yourself and your loved ones.

Contact Moulton Law Offices, P.S., for Help With Elder Law Issues in Spokane

For help with estate planning, planning for Medicaid and long-term care, and other essential elder needs, contact the Spokane elder law attorneys at Moulton Law Offices for practical advice, technical assistance and high-quality legal representation.

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