Protection & Peace of Mind for Your Loved Ones
Whether you are in immediate need of legal assistance because of a crisis or you are planning for future needs, Stinson Law Firm stands ready to help.
Empathy Is Our Driving Force
Stinson Law Firm is committed to delivering superior legal services with compassion and individualized attention. We work with clients across the state of Indiana, including: Hamilton, Marion, Boone, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, and Morgan counties.
My business is a part of me. I celebrate my clients’ achievements, and I suffer through their losses with them. They are getting a full investment out of me when they hire me. I enjoy working with folks, learning more about them, and not just focusing on the situation.
-Jeffery D. Stinson, Certified Elder Law Attorney
So many of us have gone through the painful process of seeing our parents, spouse, or loved one fail in health. When he or she is no longer able to care for themselves, there are questions that need to be answered and decisions that must be made.
Attorney Jeffery Stinson has been on both sides of the situation.
Find out how his experiences have shaped Stinson Law Firm, where we combine superior legal services with compassionate customer care.
Medicaid Planning Applications and Appeals
Stinson Law Firm can help preserve your assets while still accessing valuable Medicaid benefits (as well as VA Pension and other benefits). We can begin your Medicaid plan today. Start by scheduling an appointment for an initial consultation. We will outline your options and assist you in making an informed, well-reasoned decision on what approach is best for you.
An estate plan is necessary to ensure that your financial and personal needs are taken care of by the persons of your choosing and that your affairs are settled in an orderly fashion after your death. Stinson Law Firm will guide you in creating a specific and customized estate plan – drafting such things as wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care advance directives, funeral planning directives, and any other necessary legal documents.
Continuing Medicaid Coverage During COVID Pandemic to End, Recipients Will Need to Meet All Eligibility Criteria Beginning April 1, 2023
In early 2020, we reported that in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, an individual’s Medicaid benefit could not be reduced or terminated during the public health emergency. Although the COVID-19 public health emergency continues, the United States...
Omnibus Bill Highlights The Senate and House have cleared the passage of a year-end $1.7 trillion appropriations bill that will benefit older adults on a number of fronts. The bill, which runs more than 4,000 pages and includes a wide variety of legislation, heads to...
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, the government declared a public health emergency and gave the states the ability to provide more citizens with health insurance through Medicaid. As a result, 25 percent more Americans now have access to health care, including...