Honoring Dignity and Independence
Preserving Home and Wealth
With both education on and personal experiences with dementia, we understand. Let us help you navigate the legal, financial, and social aspects of this challenging disease.
Dedicated to Serving Seniors and Adults With Aging Parents or Special Needs Children in Pennsylvania
- Looking for guidance to navigate a complicated health care system?
- Overwhelmed with arranging care for a loved one with dementia?
- Concerned about preserving assets from the high cost of health care?
- Have questions about benefits for Veterans?
- Need relief from and assistance with administering the estate of a loved one?
Discover the Keystone difference. Let us help.
With professional education and our own personal experiences, we at Keystone Elder Law P.C. have the knowledge and compassion to combat the stresses families face regarding an array of emotional, legal, and financial decisions. These can concern caregiving, Medicaid & finding/paying for quality health care, specialized and long-term care for dementia, estate administration after a loved one passes, preparing for the future with Estate Planning, and much more. Our team strives to provide a comprehensive set of services that are individualized to meet your needs and goals.
Whether a loved one is in the midst of a health care crisis or you are looking to plan ahead for possible future needs, let us help you feel secure and find peace of mind.
At Keystone Elder Law, we believe that the physical, social, legal, and financial considerations of our clients all intertwine. We utilize an interdisciplinary approach to evaluate each area, which allows for the creation of a plan that addresses the concerns of the individual as a whole as well as the family. To this end, our model of practice includes a Care Coordinator (usually a nurse or social worker), whose expertise complements our team of attorneys.
When the road of life is smooth, decisions about legal and financial matters are easy to push aside for “a rainy day.” Planning ahead, however, will allow for more options as you view the map of where you’ve been and where you want to go. Don’t let a crisis limit your choices or derail your plans.