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Elder Law

WICHITA ELDER LAW ATTORNEYS

Long-term care planning is essential for seniors and their families, especially before entering a nursing home. It is important to consult with an attorney who has experience in this complex area, in order to ensure your loved one's money, assets and wishes are protected. At Gragert & Hiebertin Wichita, Kansas, we offer many years of experience in the areas of elder law and estate planning, and we can help you make the most beneficial decisions based on your individual circumstances.

Talk to a knowledgeable lawyer. All too often, families find themselves in legal binds when an elderly family member enters a nursing home or becomes incapacitated.

Medicaid eligibility is one of the primary issues we help our clients address. Our lawyers are familiar with the criteria for eligibility and the various strategies that may help you or your loved one become or remain eligible for Medicaid. Often, elderly spouses face challenges when one spouse needs to qualify for Medicaid and the other spouse needs the financial resources to remain in the home and care for the infirm spouse.

Sedgwick County Estate Planning Attorneys

Our attorneys have many years of experience in the area of estate planning and probate. We can help you:

  • Create a will or trust such as a Medicaid eligibility trust or a special needs trust
  • Create a guardianship or conservatorship
  • Establish advanced health care directives
  • Petition to probate a will
  • Petition for determination of descent
  • Resolve will disputes and other family conflicts
  • Resolve Nursing Home Disputes
  • Resolve Elder Care Injuries
  • Resolve Elder Abuse Issues

Call Gragert & Hiebertat 316-712-4680 or contact us online to discuss your needs and goals with an experienced Wichita elder law attorney. We offer free initial consultations for clients seeking advice in this important area.

Gragert & Hiebert, located in Wichita, Kansas, serves Wichita, Hutchinson, Newton, El Dorado, Winfield, Wellington, Arkansas City, Anthony, Attica, Cheney, Clearwater, Coldwater, Goddard, Greensburg, Harper, Kingman, Pratt, Medicine Lodge, Lindsborg, Salina, McPherson, Emporia, Sedgwick County, Harvey County, Butler County, Cowley County, Sumner County, Kingman County, Saline County and throughout Western and Southern Kansas.

This website focuses on our firm's bankruptcy and estate and probate practices.

Attorney David Hiebert is also respected for his work in the areas of real estate law, municipal law, administrative law, zoning, development and professional license defense. We represent clients in mediation in a variety of legal matters.

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  Farm Credit Bank Building
245 N. Waco St., Ste. 260 
Wichita, KS 6702

 +316 265 9480

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