Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain, spinal cord, and central nervous system. The symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis can vary, but typically include loss of balance, muscle spasms, numbness or abnormal sensation, problems walking or moving limbs, and other brain and nerve symptoms including: decreased attention span, poor judgment, memory loss, difficulty reasoning, difficulty solving problems, depression, sadness, dizziness, balance problems, and hearing loss.
The symptoms and nature of Multiple Sclerosis can make it difficult for the loved ones who care for those effected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS). As Michigan elder law attorneys we understand what you are going through and we are dedicated to easing the emotional and financial burden of caring for a Michigan individual suffering from the debilitating effects of Multiple Sclerosis.
If you or a loved one live in Michigan, we can assist in preparing for the future financial and health care needs of your family or loved one who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis.
Through compasionate and proper legal counsel we can assist in securing govermental benefits for you or your loved one including Michigan Medicaid or Veterans Benefits Aid & Attendance if necessary.
Also, we assists Michigan families living in Oakland county, Macomb county, and Wayne county, who are caring for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis by utilizing caregiver agreements, irrevocable trusts and Michigan Family Defender Trusts (MFDT).