Compassionate, comprehensive expert legal counsel for all, specializing in elder law and vulnerable populations

We provide guidance and planning that empowers you to take care of your family and live with security, safety and comfort.

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Dedicated to Safeguarding Your Well-Being and Financial Security

Specializing in elder law, estate planning, and special needs planning, our mission is to safeguard the well-being and financial security of older adults and people with disabilities. Our dedicated team provides specialized services including estate planning, Medicaid, incapacity counseling, long-term care solutions, and probate.

We are committed to empowering our clients with the knowledge and resources necessary to navigate the complexities of aging and living with disabilities with dignity, respect, and peace of mind. At Hemness Faller Elder Law, we understand the unique challenges and concerns that our clients face, and we are here to provide compassionate support and expert guidance every step of the way.


of Americans don’t have a will, including one in five American with assets of $1 million or more. (Gallup, 2021)

1 out of 5

Americans have a physical, sensory, or intellectual disability. (National Organization on Disability)

$30 Billion

in benefits is left on the table annually by people who qualify for assistance programs but are not enrolled. (National Council on Aging)

Our Areas of Expertise

Whether you’re a young parent or couple, taking care of elderly parents or children with special needs, already retired, preparing for retirement, or managing assets after the death of a loved one, we can provide you the legal guidance to secure peace of mind.

Estate Planning

Special Needs Planning


Veterans Benefits

Long Term Care Planning

Probate & Trust Administration

Guardian Advocacy


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