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Medicaid long-term care benefits traditionally pay mainly for nursing home care, but the federal government can grant “waivers” to states allowing them to expand Medicaid to include home and community-based services. The downside is that receiving care in a nursing...
Yesterday, we released the R. F. Meyer & Associates September 2021 e-newsletter. If you did not receive it by email, you can download the full PDF version at the link below. With Labor Day behind us and fall ahead, this edition addresses planning, in a number of...
In order to be eligible for Medicaid benefits a nursing home resident may have no more than $2,000 in "countable" assets (the figure may be somewhat higher in some states). Note that Medicaid is a state-run program, so the rules are somewhat different in each state,...
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Our Areas of Practice
The term “Elder Law” refers to clients an attorney serves rather than the type of work handled. The legal issues facing the elderly are often complex and interrelated… Learn More
At R.F. Meyer & Associates LLC, estate planning is more than simply drafting a Will. We are committed to developing a comprehensive plan to assure … Learn More
Probate, Estate & Post-Mortem Trust Administration
Probate is a legal proceeding to administer certain kinds of property owned by someone who has died, and to see that claims, expenses and taxes … Learn More
Special Needs Trusts
Raising a child who is disabled, either due to mental illness, mental retardation, or physical disabilities, is filled with challenges and rewards that only parents truly understand. Planning for that child’s well-being, both during the parent’s lifetime, and after the parent’s death … Learn More
Medicaid & Government Benefits
Most Americans begin utilizing Medicare upon reaching the eligibility age of 65. Due to heath and financial status, many face dependence on Medicaid for long-term health care benefits. R. F. Meyer & Associates can help you through the legal intricacies of the transition … Learn More
Age, disease or an accident can sometimes rob a person of the ability to care for personal or financial needs. Ohio law prescribes a method by which a guardian (of a mentally disabled person) or a conservator (of a physically disabled person) can manage … Learn More
Tailored Legal Planning
About Our Elder Law, Probate and Estate Planning Firm
R.F. Meyer & Associates LLC features highly regarded attorneys and a professional legal staff with decades of experience.
The experienced staff offers clients outstanding service in the firm’s specialized areas of practice, including elder law, estate planning and administration, probate administration and trust administration. Our practice also includes asset preservation, tax planning, guardianships, special needs planning, and Medicaid eligibility planning and litigation.
With offices conveniently located in Worthington, Ohio, we offer a wide array of legal services to assist you and your family as you move through the stages of life.
The law offices of R. F. Meyer & Associates are located in Worthington’s Officescape Corporate Center, at 450 W. Wilson Bridge Rd., Suite 380.
Pleasure to collaborate with such a professional team
I am highly pleased with the estate planning documents prepared by R. F. Meyer & Associates. The team ably prepared the requested legal documents for my mother and assiduously navigated COVID-19 protocols to get them safely signed. It was a pleasure to collaborate with such a professional team. I absolutely recommend R. F. Meyer & Associates for your legal services.
Always there to offer their expertise
I can’t thank the entire staff at R. F. Meyer & Associates enough for all their help and knowledge with the handling of my Mother’s Guardianship account. They were always so helpful with the many questions I had through this process.
Her account ended up being very complicated and I needed extra help from them all from time to time. They were always there to offer their expertise when I called and guided me in the correct direction! I would highly recommend them! Even after my mom passed away they helped me go through the process of closing out the guardianship process so that everything was completed very smoothly.
Treated with so much professionalism every step of the way
“My husband and I were treated with so much professionalism every step of the way. Attorney Meyer set up my mothers-in-law’s will, power of attorney, medical power of attorney, living will, and caregiver agreements. He advised us on the next steps to move forward with getting my mother-in-law into a facility as quickly as possible.
We are thrilled with his work and the work of his staff. His prices are reasonable, and most importantly, he was always available to talk to us over the phone and via email. … ” (Excerpt—read full text on Testimonials page)
Blessed to have you in our lives
“I am so blessed to have you in our lives right now. Mom is excited and exhausted all at the same time! I hope you know that we would have struggled without you, so with my greatest thank you, Thank You!”
Real elder law attorneys
“I encounter so many people who held themselves out as ‘elder law’ attorneys who know less than the general practitioner. To so many of them it’s about marketing and grossly inflated fees. It’s good to know you guys and to have someone to whom I can send people when it looks like they need real help.”
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