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Investigating The Long-Term Care Facility


Practice Area photoThere are a number of avenues that should be pursued when determining whether a long term care facility is abusing or failing to properly care for your elderly loved one.  Among the steps that need to be taken as well as the various areas of expertise that are important to protecting your elder are:

  • Open Records Request

  • Investigators

  • Attorneys

  • Consent of Elder

  • Powers of Attorneys (Financial)

  • Durable Health Care Powers of Attorney

  • Court Order

  • Conservatorship

  • Guardianship
If you believe you or your loved one is being abused in a long-term care facility, you can secure the help and guidance needed to protect them.  Contact Scholle Law for expert legal representation and guidance in your situation. 
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