Keeping Peace Through Hard Decisions

The challenges that come with age are well-documented. Fortunately, there are ways to ensure dignity amid health concerns, reduced faculties and shifting relationships and needs. It's never easy to relinquish responsibilities but sometimes it's for the better and, at Harshbarger Law Firm, we work directly with our clients to make sure we're delivering what you want in a manner that keeps family peace.

Elder law is dedicated to protecting the rights of the elderly through protections and allocation of decision-making to meet your needs. While an estate plan provides a good start, elder law is more detailed to your current well-being.

Understanding Elder Law

At Harshbarger Law Firm, we get to know our clients so we can represent you. Our experienced attorneys can answer your questions about Medicaid planning, powers of attorney and health care directives, guardianships and conservatorships and other issues we face as we age. We have offices in Whitehall and Dillon to greater serve southwest Montana.

We also know the suffering that families and spouses face when a loved one's health declines, and the unique difficulties that come with decision-making and the sharing of responsibilities among the family. Whether you suffer from the memory limitations of dementia or Alzheimer's, or from physical ailments that make managing your own affairs hard, we can help establish a plan that looks out for the entire family through an emotional time.

Making Decisions That Align With Your Values

We understand that change is sometimes difficult. We will work with you closely to make sure you understand your different options so you can the right make decisions that align with your values and ensure your wishes.

Your Law Firm For Life

We aim to guide you through life's most challenging times, helping you to understand your options when it matters most. Let our experience work to your benefit, putting both yourself and your family at ease. For more information and a free initial consultation, call us at 406-299-9233 or contact us online.