Elder Law Attorney in Los Angeles

Elder Law Attorney

If you are concerned about Medi-Cal recovery, Susan has been successful in helping many elderly adults with the complicated and critical process of Medi-Cal Planning and Asset Protection.

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Elder Law Attorney in Los Angeles

Elder Law Attorney

As an elder law attorney in Los Angeles, I advocate for the elderly and their family members for matters include long term planning, health care, retirement concerns, conservatorships, Medi-Cal planning and asset protection, living trusts, and probate.

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Medi-Cal Planning & Asset Protection Attorney

Medi-Cal Planning & Asset Protection

If you are concerned about Medi-Cal recovery, Susan has been successful in helping many elderly adults with the complicated and critical process of Medi-Cal Planning and Asset Protection.

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Estate Planning (Living Trusts, Wills)

Susan B. Geffen has helped hundreds of families with their estate planning. Is a Living Trust just for the wealthy? No. If you own a home, have children, wish to leave your assets to whomever you choose, then you should consider having a living trust prepared for you.

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Conservatorships

Many of Susan’s clients ask her about Conservatorships. It is a serious process and it takes a very knowledgeable and experience attorney to evaluate whether or not a conservatorship is realistic and/or necessary.

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Probate

Susan B. Geffen can help you with your probate matter, and provide you with the expert guidance throughout the process.

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Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

Susan B. Geffen has been looking out for the elderly for almost 3 decades as an elder law attorney, gerontologist, and former law professor. She is the author of the book, “Take That Nursing Home and Shove It!”

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Trust Litigation

Disputes often arise after an individual dies and their estate is being administered by the named trustee. This is especially so when when there are substantial amounts of money involved or when family conflict is present.

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Special Needs Trust Planning

If a disabled individual receives a lump sum inheritance, they will lose all of the public benefits that have supported them during their lifetime until such time that that inheritance is spent down to a qualifying amount, usually $2000.00.

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