Orlando elder law attorney Shea Fugate has devoted her career to serving the needs of the aging and disabled in Maitland and Orlando.
Orlando elder law attorney Shea Fugate has devoted her career to serving the needs of the aging and disabled in Maitland and Orlando. She is an attorney who is truly passionate about disability law and elder law and feels thankful to work in areas where a dedicated lawyer can genuinely make a difference in people’s lives. Knowing you’ll have the resources and help you’ll need to deal with an illness, disability or other challenges as you age is more than just comforting and reassuring; it’s vital to your health and quality of life. Your wellness and peace of mind depend on getting the care you need and knowing that you will be treated with dignity and that the life you built for yourself and your family won’t be lost or taken away. Shea Fugate is a hands-on Orlando elder law & disability attorney who personally handles every aspect of your case. You need look no further than the client reviews highlighted below to know that Shea comes highly recommended as a lawyer who listens, who understands, and who gets results. Call the Law Offices of Shea A. Fugate, P.A. for help with social security disability, elder law or veterans’ disability matters in Maitland or Orlando, Florida.
If you are looking ahead toward the possibility of someday needing long-term care for yourself or a loved one, the Law Offices of Shea A. Fugate, P.A. will give you the information and advice you need to make the best decisions for you and your family. Whether you’re engaging in long-term planning or find yourself in a medical and financial crisis, we have the solutions that will meet your needs, ensuring you get the care you need without costing more than you can afford or forcing you to spend your life savings. We engage in smart, strategic Medicaid planning and nursing home planning so you can afford long-term care without going broke in the process. Our comprehensive elder law practice encompasses other vital areas as well, including special needs trusts, Medicare set-aside trusts, and appeal of long-term disability insurance denials.