Nursing Home/Hospice/Quality Of Living

We Know The Best Assisted Living Facilities In Michigan

Galloway and Collens, PLLC, is recognized as one of the leading elder law and long-term care law firms in the Detroit region. For more than 15 years, our law firm has represented hundreds of families concerned with finding the best quality of living for their elderly loved ones who need in-home care, assisted living, nursing home and hospice care.

If your family is starting to have conversations about how to care for an aging parent, grandparent or other relative, contact us for a consultation. Attorney Howard H. Collens is more than just a probate law and estate planning lawyer. Our firm will help you sort through the legal and financial options for long-term care planning, assisted living and even in-home care.

Compassionate And Understanding — At A Time You Need It Most

Finding a nursing home, assisted living program or hospice for a loved one is an emotional time for many families. We will help you find stability around many of the issues and move forward with a compassionate and realistic understanding of what it will mean to have a loved one receiving nursing home care. We will help you protect your estate's assets and your family's dignity.

A Special Note About Hospice Care

Many people wait until a family member is in the last weeks or days of life before finding the right hospice program. The truth is, to receive hospice services, a person may not need to be so near death to receive quality, compassionate services for end-of-life care. We have extensive experience in all areas of elder law and long-term care. We can help you find the type of care that best meets your loved one's needs.

Contact our offices in Huntington Woods, Michigan, to discuss your nursing home or assisted living needs. We take a holistic approach to legal and advisory services that give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing more about how these issues are dealt with in Michigan. We work with seniors and the adult children of elderly parents and family members.

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