Protect Your Life Savings and Get the Care You Need

The attorneys at Kentucky ElderLaw, PLLC are protectors of life, liberty, and legacy for seniors and their families in Kentucky and Indiana. We’re lawyers, not salespeople. Our staff includes professionals who have worked in long-term care settings. We will guide you through your long-term planning options, including programs like Medicaid and VA pension, and get you prepared for times of sickness, incapacity and death, with strong, effective legal documents, such as a power of attorney, health care surrogate, living will, will or trust.

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We give seniors and their loved ones the peace of mind knowing they’ve done everything they can to prepare for the high cost of getting older.


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Our attorneys have the knowledge and compassion to lead you through planning your estate and planning for long-term care, which can be daunting, confusing and frustrating. Call us at 502-581-1111 to arrange your FREE consultation or fill out the form below to contact us for an appointment.


“I don’t know that I can ever express what a gift you and your firm are to our community. I really can’t begin to tell you how much you and Kentucky ElderLaw helped my family when we were in “crisis mode” with my parents. As an attorney who has helped so many clients with POAs, wills, and trusts, I was still so lost when trying to navigate my parents’ declining health and getting them the care they needed. I will never forget how you and Jen made time for my parents and understood the complexity and sensitivity of the situation.

For the rest of my life, I know that I gave my father the gift of dying at home with my mother by his side, and my mother the gift of her last days in her home. You made an incredibly hard situation better. My dad died with my mother holding his hand while she lied by his side. After my dad died, one of the only things that gave my mom comfort was the fact that she was home. It would have broken her heart had she been anywhere else. I can’t tell you what a gift that was. I am forever grateful.”

Colleen B.