Elder Law Attorney
Belleville, IL elder law attorneys focused on your family's legal needs
Your family means the world to you. There's nothing you wouldn't do for your parents, your grandparents, your spouse or other members of your family. That's why it's important to take steps to protect their rights or to fight back when their rights have been violated.
We understand the seriousness of your situation. That's why our elder law attorneys want to help. At Courtney ∙ Clark Law, P.C. in Belleville, Illinois, our legal team has decades of experience handling such complex cases throughout southern Illinois.
Our attorneys have extensive experience involving the financial aspects of elder law. We can explain the financial impact of different options available to you and how they could impact your family's financial well-being.
Our legal team also knows how to dig deeper to find the facts that matter in cases involving abuse or neglect. It's hard work but we're honored to do it on your behalf. That's because we know how much your family matters to you.
Elder law cases we handle
- Guardianship for Disabled Adults
- Elder Abuse
- Elder Financial Exploitation and Abuse
- Elder Guardianship
- Elder Self Neglect
- Dealing with The Illinois Department of Aging for Elder Abuse
Whatever legal issue you're dealing with, no matter how complicated or straightforward it might seem, we're here for you when you need us most.
How we can help you
Elder law can be complicated. The stakes can be high. Often, you're dealing with your loved one's financial well-being or even physical health. That's why we want to get right to work on your legal matter.
We know how the legal system works in Illinois when it comes to elder law. We know what evidence to look for or what questions to ask. We also have years of experience working with agencies like the Illinois Department of Aging for Elder Abuse.
You're more than just a client at our law firm. To us, you're family. That's why we want to get straight to work on your case. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation with an elder law attorney who cares.
Adults with a disability (whether it's physical, mental or emotional) often require additional care and attention. That's why it's important that your family designates a legal guardian for a disabled adult in your family. A guardian can make important medical and financial decisions on behalf of a disabled person. We can help your family deal with any guardianship issues involving a disabled family member. We are aware of the legal challenges of such arrangements. We can help you receive the pros and cons of each decision facing your family so your family member can continue to live with dignity and respect. Rely on us. We're here to help.