Guardianships and conservatorships for adults in Multnomah and Clackamas counties Medicaid (not Medicare) eligibility counseling in all Oregon counties
Law office located in Gresham, Oregon
At her sole discretion, attorney Kristianne Cox offers one free telephone consultation of up to 15 minutes, subject to all of the restrictions* below
- Emergency Guardianships and Conservatorships
- Medicaid Counseling
- Conservatorships for Adults
- Guardianships for Adults
- Powers of Attorney
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Law Practice Focused on Guardianships and Conservatorships for Adults and Medicaid (not Medicare) Counseling
- More Than 15 Years Of Experience As An Elder Law Attorney
- Call to schedule a free telephone consultation concerning one of Kristianne's "Practice Areas"
Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm (Closed on Legal Holidays observed by Oregon Circuit Courts) Weekends: Closed
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Kristianne Cox is counseling existing clients by telephone, videoconferencing, and email rather than in person. Ms. Cox continues to offer, subject to the conditions* below, free short one-time telephone calls with potential clients about Oregon guardianships and conservatorships for adults; Oregon Medicaid (not Medicare) eligibility for long-term care services; and powers of attorney.
Gresham Elder Law Attorney Kristianne Cox
• What can you do when your ailing spouse’s or other adult relative’s care needs are exhausting you physically, emotionally and mentally?
• If you believe that it is time for your ailing spouse or other adult relative to move into a long-term care community (such as assisted living, an adult foster care home, or memory care), can the Medicaid (not Medicare) program help pay for the cost of that long-term care community?
• What legal steps can you take when you realize that your aging parent is no longer able to adequately care for himself or herself?
• What legal steps can you take when your formerly conscientious parent is letting bills go unpaid, or worse, may have become the target of a financial predator?
Family members can make better decisions about these and other difficult questions if they educate themselves first. Links to a few helpful sites can be reached by clicking on “LINKS TO USEFUL RESOURCES” at the top of this page in the dark blue bar.
If you would like to schedule a brief (up to 15 minutes) telephone conversation with attorney Kristianne Cox at no charge, or if you would like to schedule an office consultation (hourly attorney rates apply) with her, please call Ms. Cox or send her an email.
*Restrictions applying to free up to 15-minute telephone consultations:
- Attorney Kristianne Cox has sole and absolute discretion about whether or not to have a telephone conference with any person;
- The legal issue is within Ms. Cox’s three legal practice areas (Guardianships/Conservatorships for Adults; Medicaid Counseling; and Powers of Attorney). If the issue concerns a possible Guardianship/Conservatorship for an adult, the matter must be in either Multnomah County or Clackamas County, Oregon. If the issue concerns the Oregon Medicaid program for long-term care services, the potential Medicaid (not Medicare) applicant may live anywhere in Oregon;
- No person has previously spoken with Ms. Cox about the particular adult who is, has been, or might become the subject of a protective proceeding (such as a guardianship or conservatorship);
- No person has previously spoken with Ms. Cox about Oregon Medicaid long-term care services for the particular disabled adult or older adult who has applied for or might in the future apply for Medicaid (not Medicare);
- No person has previously spoken with Ms. Cox about the particular adult who is the principal on an existing power of attorney or who may become the principal on a power of attorney;
- Only one person will participate in the telephone call with attorney Kristianne Cox; and
- At the beginning of the call, the caller must provide the first and last names of those persons involved in the particular legal situation that is the subject of the telephone call so that Ms. Cox can run a conflict of interests check.