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San Antonio Elder Law Attorneys

Bulverde Elder Law Attorney

Bexar County Elder Law Attorney Serving San Antonio

Roles can be reversed as our parents and other loved ones age. You may now find yourself in the role of caregiver, and you may be faced with various legal and financial decisions about their care. Elder law covers a wide range of issues that impact elderly people and their legal needs. At The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe, PLLC, our attorneys can help you with all stages of elder care, from drafting a will and estate planning to guardianship hearings. If a parent or loved one has recently passed away, we can provide guidance through the probate and estate administration processes and represent you if you face a contested will or trust. We can help ease the burden of caring for your aging loved ones.

General Elder Law Service

The attorneys at The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe, PLLC have the compassion and experience to provide counsel for you and your family in every aspect of general elder law, such as:

  • Proactive planning for asset protection, including for nursing home financing and in-home care.
  • Health care planning, including medical directives that clearly explain what care the individual should receive.
  • Estate planning, including the creation of wills, trusts, and powers of attorney.

Elder Scams and Guardianship Cases

Our attorneys are committed to protecting aging loved ones. Strangers or members of the elder's own family may try to take advantage of them by using financial scams. We will hold the responsible parties accountable and help you recover any lost assets.

As a person ages, they can become more confused in their day-to-day life. If your aging loved one starts getting lost around town or does not remember making large purchases, it might be time to begin guardianship proceedings. By establishing guardianship, you can make financial decisions and provide everyday guidance for individuals who can no longer take care of themselves.

Elder Abuse

In Texas, the Department of Family and Protective Services runs the Adult Protective Services (APS) program, which investigates allegations of physical abuse and neglect and financial exploitation among the elderly or those with disabilities. Financial exploitation can include exploiting an elderly person's assets, stealing their Social Security checks, taking their property, or misusing other financial resources. If you believe your elderly family member has been a victim of physical abuse, neglect, financial exploitation, or any other form of elder abuse, contact our office.

Estate Administration

After a loved one passes away, you may feel overwhelmed by not just emotions but also the complex legal and financial processes that follow. The estate administration process can proceed smoothly if a will is correctly prepared. However, it is often necessary to go through the probate court process. In this process, the court will confirm that the will is followed properly, with all debts paid and assets distributed. If someone passes away without a will, an additional intestate succession process is required.

The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe, PLLC can represent clients during the entire probate and estate administration process, including:

  • Applications for probate and the appointment of an executor for the will
  • Distribution of property, real estate, and other assets.
  • Any probate litigation related to a contested will or breach of fiduciary duty

If one or more individuals contest or dispute the will, we can represent your interests during the following legal action.

San Antonio Attorneys Protecting Aging Loved Ones

As our loved ones age, they and their families will face a variety of legal issues that require compassionate representation. The dedicated elder law attorneys at The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe, PLLC can represent the needs of our clients to ensure they are receiving the legal counsel they deserve. Contact our office or call 210-861-6000 to discuss your concerns today. We serve clients in Bexar County and throughout the San Antonio area, including La Vernia, Floresville, Boerne, Hondo, Seguin, Castroville, New Braunfels, Jourdanton, Devine, and including but not limited to Medina County, Atascosa County, Kendall County, Comal County, Wilson County, Bandera County, and Guadalupe County.

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