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John R Hope Esq.

Elder Law Attorney John R Hope Esq.

Hope Elder Law

200 Dexter Avenue, Suite J
Watertown, MA 02472
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Attorney Profile

 From Your First Call You Will Feel The Difference At Hope Elder Law:

 Attorney John R. Hope founded Hope Elder Law in Watertown, Massachusetts, in 2003 to provide caring, devoted and individualized attention to our clients. You will feel this from your very first call, when you will have the opportunity to speak to either Attorney John R. Hope or Attorney Samantha F. Gentel at no charge on the phone about your situation to learn how we may be able to help you. While some firms offer a no charge introductory office consultation, instead we do this right on the phone to help you make more efficient use of your time. By knowing ahead of time what to expect and what to bring with you to a billable office consultation you can feel more relaxed and confident. Our firm focuses on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Special Needs Planning, MassHealth / Medicaid Asset Protection Planning, MassHealth Applications and Appeals for long term care services either in your own home or in a nursing home, Guardianships and Conservatorships. We are here to help you and your loved ones achieve peace of mind about your legal planning worries.

 Our firm can help you and your family secure quality care in the short and long term while also helping to plan for asset preservation and medical costs. We know it can be difficult to apply for MassHealth care benefits on your own; in many instances we have been successful in securing these benefits for individuals who previously have been denied. We offer unique services to help our clients who have loved ones with special needs such as preparing disability plans and special needs trusts. Our lawyers are interested in your family and are always willing to listen to your concerns and desires.

The attorneys at our firm are committed to making the legal process as smooth and clear as possible for you and your loved ones. Our estate planning attorneys know how to construct a plan which secures and protects your assets while avoiding unnecessary estate taxes. Contact John R. Hope or Samantha F. Gentel at Hope Elder Law to plan your estate today. 

Firm Practice Areas:

Hope Elder Law focuses in the following practice areas:
 

  • Estate Planning: Wills and Trusts
  • Incapacity Planning: Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, Advance Directive, HIPAA Authorization and Release
  • Elder Care Law
  • Alzheimer's Disease / Dementia Care
  • MassHealth / Medicaid Applications (and Appeals) for Home Care, Assisted Living, or Nursing Home Care
  • MassHealth Asset Protection Planning
  • Guardianship and Conservatorship
  • Special Needs / Disability Planning

 

Firm Description 

From Your First Call You Will Feel The Difference At Hope Elder Law

Attorney John R. Hope founded Hope Elder Law in Watertown, Massachusetts, in 2003 to provide caring, devoted and individualized attention to our clients. You will feel this from your very first call, when you will have the opportunity to speak to either Attorney John R. Hope or Attorney Samantha F. Gentel at no charge on the phone about your situation to learn how we may be able to help you. While some firms offer a no charge introductory office consultation, instead we do this right on the phone to help you make more efficient use of your time. By knowing ahead of time what to expect and what to bring with you to a billable office consultation you can feel more relaxed and confident. Our firm focuses on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Special Needs Planning, MassHealth / Medicaid Asset Protection Planning, MassHealth Applications and Appeals for long term care services either in your own home or in a nursing home, Guardianships and Conservatorships. We are here to help you and your loved ones achieve peace of mind about your legal planning worries.

Our firm can help you and your family secure quality care in the short and long term while also helping to plan for asset preservation and medical costs. We know it can be difficult to apply for MassHealth care benefits on your own; in many instances we have been successful in securing these benefits for individuals who previously have been denied. We offer unique services to help our clients who have loved ones with special needs such as preparing disability plans and special needs trusts. Our lawyers are interested in your family and are always willing to listen to your concerns and desires.

The attorneys at our firm are committed to making the legal process as smooth and clear as possible for you and your loved ones. Our estate planning attorneys know how to construct a plan which secures and protects your assets while avoiding unnecessary estate taxes. Contact John R. Hope or Samantha F. Gentel at Hope Elder Law to plan your estate today.

 

Firm Practice Areas

The Hope Elder Law focuses in the following practice areas:

  • Estate Planning: Wills and Trusts
  • Incapacity Planning: Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, Advance Directive, HIPAA Authorization and Release
  • Elder Care Law
  • Alzheimer's Disease / Dementia Care
  • MassHealth / Medicaid Applications (and Appeals) for Home Care, Assisted Living, or Nursing Home Care
  • MassHealth Asset Protection Planning
  • Guardianship and Conservatorship
  • Special Needs / Disability Planning
  • Special Needs Trusts

     
     

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Firm Website: www.HopeElderLaw.com

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