Experienced Kansas City Elder Law Attorney
Many older citizens and their families face unique legal and financial situations. At Hubbard & Kurtz, we help individuals and couples manage legal issues from Medicaid planning when nursing home placement is a possibility, to estate planning and social security matters. We provide legal advice to seniors to help them with their planning needs.
The cost of nursing home care can be daunting. It is important to plan ahead in order to take advantage of the help that is available. We help clients with issues related to eligibility for Medicaid assistance, administrative hearings, nursing home expense matters, legitimate transfers for eligibility, and issues related to the five year look back. We help craft life estate deeds, special needs trusts, and handle litigation of claims for Medicaid reimbursement. Along with our wills and trusts practice, we assist clients in crafting a plan for the future.
Our firm has substantial experience assisting people with elder law issues. The National Elder Law Foundation has certified William Hubbard as an Elder Law Attorney*, a specialty that has been authorized by the American Bar Association. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, a charter member of its Council of Advanced Practioners, and a former President of the Missouri Chapter. We use this experience to give our clients the high quality legal advice they need to protect their assets, their futures, and their loved ones.
If you need a strong and effective Kansas City elder law lawyer to protect your interests and help you with your legal concerns, contact us today. We take the time to listen to our clients and get a thorough understanding of the situation. For our clients who cannot make it to our offices, we make house calls to make sure they get the representation they need.
From our offices in Kansas City, we help clients from throughout the region, including St. Joseph, Independence, Lees Summit, Columbia, Warrensburg, Overland Park, Olathe, Atchison, Lawrence, Topeka, and many more Kansas and Missouri communities.
*Neither the Supreme Court of Missouri nor the Missouri Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialist designations.