Protecting The Vulnerable

When a loved one needs a nursing home, long-term or other special care, it's natural to feel overwhelmed. At Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP, our Rhode Island firm is devoted to providing strong legal guidance to clients who are facing the challenge of caring for a vulnerable loved one while protecting their estate to the greatest possible extent. Attorney Marcia Boyd, based in Wakefield, has more than 25 years of experience providing elder law crisis planning and strategic planning to clients in their time of need. She serves as a powerful advocate for the elderly and disabled, helping families achieve security and peace of mind.

Shielding Assets, Maximizing Resources

Without careful and knowledgeable planning, having a family member enter a nursing home can quickly become financially unmanageable. Don't try to sort through this complicated and often-stressful process alone; one of our knowledgeable attorneys can help lift your burden by providing important perspective about what options are available to you, and how you can best protect the well-being of your loved one when a loved one needs a nursing home or other long-term care, it doesn't have to mean all resources will be exhausted. Our firm can help you understand and navigate the hurdles involved in a variety of elder care concerns, including:

  • Medicaid planning
  • Crisis planning and management
  • Advance directives
  • Asset preservation
  • Estate planning
  • Long-term care planning
  • Guardianships

Empower Yourself With Information

It costs you nothing for your first consultation with one of our knowledgeable lawyers. We can help you to see your way forward, and start on a path to greater security. To schedule an appointment at our office in Newport or Wakefield, call 401-324-9915 or email us for more information.