I help Wisconsin families navigate Medicaid and get the long-term care their loved ones need.
Medicaid & Long-Term Care
for the elderly, blind, or disabled
Your loved one needs long-term care. Where do you start? Assisted living facilities, nursing homes, Medicare, Medicaid—it’s bewildering. How will you pay? Who can you trust? You need help making big decisions.
I’ve always cared for people who get lost in the system. In law school and shortly after, I mostly worked with people lost in the criminal justice or child protection systems—people whose lives were suddenly under the thumb of a powerful government. When I started practicing elder law, I saw people lost in a different kind of system.
I saw people—not just the elderly, but their families also—exasperated because they needed to navigate the bureaucracies of health care and government programs, but they couldn’t find their way through. My heart goes out to these people, who can hardly be blamed for lacking the knowledge and training to navigate the massive bureaucracies they face.
I have that knowledge and training; I have a law degree. Knowing the rules and how to get through them is what I’m best at. So I want to use that skill to save people from bureaucracy. Doing that is what I love about what I do.
Save Wisconsin Families From the Bureaucracy of Medicaid
“Excessively complicated procedures that prevent action”—that’s bureaucracy.
Traditional law firms, health care institutions, and government agencies are full of complicated procedures. It takes a specialist to understand these rules and regulations, and it takes time to navigate them. Yet normal people are often forced through these bureaucracies at critical times when action is needed most.
My mission is to be the opposite of these bureaucracies—to be uncomplicated, fast, and proactive. My mission is to deal with the red tape so my clients don’t have to.