Elder Law

Elder Law Attorney in Dripping Springs and the Texas Hill Country

Texas Medicaid Planning Lawyer

If you have a loved one who is in a nursing home or who will need long-term care, you want to work with a lawyer experienced in elder law matters, one who can help you with Medicaid planning and eligibility, with estate or trust planning, and with the preservation of assets. The costs of nursing home care or assisted living can be substantial and, without the proper planning, your life’s savings can be taken to pay for care. You want an experienced lawyer, one who has protected the interests of others facing similar circumstances.

At the office of Marilyn G. Miller, Attorney at Law, we have protected the rights of seniors and their families for years. Attorney Marilyn G. Miller is a Certified Elder Law attorney, certified by the National Elder Law Foundation. Only a handful of lawyers in Texas hold this designation. She has also been a frequent speaker and lecturer at the Texas State Bar’s elder law conference and the University of Texas’ elder law conference, instructing other attorneys on the principles of elder law.

The law office takes a team approach to provide the best possible representation to their clients. Attorney Marilyn G. Miller, together with Connie and Renae, provide competent and compassionate legal assistance.

To schedule an appointment with an experienced elder law attorney, contact our office or call us in Dripping Springs at 512-894-0319.

Dripping Springs Elder Law Attorney

We offer a broad range of services to seniors and their families, handling matters involving:

  • Medicaid planning and eligibility.
  • Planning for long term care.
  • Estate planning. If your loved one needs a will, trust, power of attorney or health care directive, we will prepare and implement all the necessary documentation. See our estate planning page to learn more.
  • Planning for those with disabilities. If your loved one has disabilities, we may be able to help you secure special services to meet their needs.

At our office, we understand that every elder law situation is unique. We will take the time to learn the details of your case so that we can tailor our representation to meet your objectives. We will keep you fully involved throughout the process, advising you of all developments in your case, and empowering you to make informed decisions that protect you and your loved ones.

Unfortunately, we often find that our elder law practice is closely tied to insolvency issues. If your spouse has gone into a nursing home or you are an elder citizen who can’t make ends meet, we can counsel you on ways to structure your income, expenses and resources to your best advantage.

Contact Our Office

To discuss your elder law concerns with an experienced attorney, contact us or call our office in Dripping Springs at 512-894-0319. Off-site visits are available for clients with elder law concerns. If you retain us to help you with an elder law issue, the cost of your initial consultation may be offset against total fees charged. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.