Delaware Elder Law and Medicaid Planning


Find a Council Member Providing Elder Law, Medicaid, or Estate Planning Services

Use the search, map, or area links below (scroll down) to find help where you live in Delaware.

Elder Law, Medicaid, & Estate Planning Services

New Castle and Kent Counties
Wilmington, Newark, Dover, and surrounding areas

Although this area is temporarily without a member to assist you we can still help you with any concerns you may have. We can also put you in contact with various elder care services in New Castle and Kent Counties. Click here to Request Assistance from the Delaware Care Planning Council.

Sussex County
Milford, Seaford, Georgetown, Laurel, Lewes, Millsboro, Milton, Selbyville, Long Neck, Rehoboth Beach, and surrounding areas.
You can reach us at:
(302) 537-4559
John Robbert

John Robbert

Chesapeake Legal Counsel LLC

Chesapeake Legal Counsel provides an array of legal services for individuals, their families and their businesses including estate, tax, charitable, and Medicaid planning because the transfer of wealth, like the transfer of values, from generation to generation, demands care and attention. Chesapeake Legal Counsel, LLC is a Delaware based company with offices in Annapolis, Maryland and Ocean View, Delaware.

About Chesapeake Legal Counsel LLC | Contact John Robbert for Help & Information

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    New Castle and Kent Counties: Wilmington, Newark, Dover, and surrounding areas

    Sussex County: Milford, Seaford, Georgetown, Laurel, Lewes, Millsboro, Milton, Selbyville, Long Neck, Rehoboth Beach, and surrounding areas

About Elder Law and Medicaid Consultations

    An attorney specializing in elder law helps older people and their families or caregivers in Delaware with elder-specific legal issues, estate planning and long term care planning.

    Many of these attorneys spent a great deal of their time helping individuals or couples qualify for Medicaid and preserve assets from Medicaid spend down and recovery. Property ownership, special transfer allowances, application for hardship review, Miller trusts and family-beneficial use of spend down monies are areas where their services can protect family members and healthy spouses from undue hardship. Although they typically can't charge to fill out a Medicaid application, elder lawyers, through advice and guidance, can often accelerate the approval process saving the family a great deal of money. This often more than compensates for their fee.

    On the other hand many elder attorneys do not just limit their practice to Medicaid planning but help elders and their families with all types of issues.

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