Twin Cities Elder Law Attorney

Is an aging loved one having trouble handling his or her personal needs or financial affairs? Do you wonder how your family will pay for assisted living or nursing home care when the need arises? Are you concerned that your mother or father is no longer a safe driver and do not know how to handle the situation?

Watching a family member lose mental or physical capabilities can be very difficult, and bringing up end-of-life, long-term or estate planning issues can be difficult. A caring and compassionate lawyer can help.

Protecting Relationships And Preserving Assets For Minnesota Families

At The Rosha Legal Group, P.L.L.C., our experienced elder law attorneys have nearly 30 years of combined legal experience helping grown children, elderly parents and extended family members with sensitive issues of family finances and asset protection.

We will meet with you, listen to your concerns and goals, explain your options and guide you to the best decision for your family's unique situation. It is important to us to preserve your family relationships and the dignity of individuals who can no longer live independently.

Whether you are just starting the estate planning process or dealing with issues of probate or trust administration, come to us for assistance with such matters as:

  • Medical benefit applications
  • Medicare benefits, Medicaid benefits and spend-downs
  • Transitions to assisted living facilities
  • Conservatorships and guardianships for the disabled or those with reduced mental capacity

Caring Attorneys. Knowledgeable Service. Free Consultations.

The Rosha Legal Group, P.L.L.C., provides high-quality legal services at competitive rates to families and individuals throughout the west side of the Twin Cities, including the towns of Long Lake, Mound, Wayzata and Minnetonka. Contact us today by sending us your questions online or calling us at 952-641-7305.

Your initial 30-minute consultation is free and, for your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointments and in-home meetings if you are unable to travel.