Barbara Epstein, Austin TX Elder Law Attorney

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Texas Medicaid Planning Attorney

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The Law Office of Texas elder law attorney Barbara Epstein conveniently provides professional, practical legal advice by telephone to seniors in the areas of Texas Medicaid Planning, Practical Advice, Settlement letters, Document preparation, Medicaid Trusts, Ladybird Deeds, and Advance Directives. Documents are delivered by securely by e-mail or U.S. mail.

Barbara Epstein, Austin Elder Law AttorneyAttorney Epstein provides practical legal advice - identifying controlling law and providing practical solutions that avoid going to court for seniors and families throughout Texas including the cities of Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Georgetown, Houston, and San Antonio.

Ms. Epstein also has extensive experience resolving everyday legal problems in a broad range of legal subjects including elder exploitation, Medicare, oil and gas and Social Security law. Ms. Epstein graduated from the University of Texas in 1977 and was admitted to the Texas bar in 1978.

Attorney Epstein serves families elder law needs throughout the state of Texas including Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Georgetown, Houston and San Antonio metro areas.

Attorney Epstein's Elder Law Services Include:

  • Texas Medicaid planning ­ how to qualify for nursing home Medicaid, evaluating income and assets for the application process;
  • Ladybird Deeds - preparation of a deed which transfers property but still allows the grantor to apply for nursing home Medicaid;
  • Advance Directives - preparation of financial powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney, directives to physicians, medical record release forms, designation of representative for funeral arrangements, consumer information on funerals;
  • Estate Plannin g - evaluation of assets that can be transferred without going to probate court.
  • Medicaid (Miller, Qualified Income) Trusts - preparation of a trust which qualifies an individual for nursing home Medicaid even if their income exceeds the Medicaid eligibility limit.

For assistance or more information, contact Barbara today at (512) 963-5391, or complete the Request for Information form below.


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