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Robert Michael Slutsky

600 W Germantown Pike Ste 400
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462-1046
(610) 940-0650
Fax: (610) 940-0638
Services Offered:
Elder Law Attorney
Robert Michael Slutsky serves Philadelphia, PA, Bucks County, PA, Montgomery County, PA, Chester County, PA, Delaware County, PA
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    About My Business
    With over 20 years experience practicing Elder Law in the Philadelphia area, Elder Law Attorney Robert M. Slutsky knows how to find the best arrangement for you and your loved ones; and he knows how to do so efficiently and cost-effectively.

    The Elder Law Firm of Robert Slutsky Associates, located in Plymouth Meeting in Montgomery County, PA, with other offices in Radnor Township, Delaware County and Malvern, Chester County, is entrusted by public organizations and elder care facilities alike for their dedication, quality service and in-depth knowledge of Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Estate Planning & Guardianship.

    Questions about Elder Law or Medicaid Planning?

    If you have questions regarding Elder Law or Medicaid Planning and the options available to you in the state of Pennsylvania, or to schedule a free no obligation telephone consultation, call Robert M. Slutsky Associates at (610) 940-0650.
    About My Services
    We are proud to say that Robert M. Slutsky Associates is trusted by public organizations and care facilities alike for our dedication, quality service and our in-depth knowledge of Pennsylvania Elder Law.

    Contact us today if you find yourself in need of a lawyer for any of the following services:
    •Estate Planning: Assess and implement a plan which addresses all your estate planning needs, such as asset protection, Medicaid planning, tax planning, protecting disabled children, revocable and irrevocable living trusts, wills and other estate planning concerns.
    •Long Term Care Planning: Research and arrange long term care services (nursing home, assisted living, etc.), evaluate Medicaid eligibility, establish powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney and living wills
    •Elder Care Crises Issues: Designating a power of attorney or guardianship, selecting an assisted living facility and any other aspects of elderly crisis management
    •Special Needs Planning: Innovative planning to protect the assets, inheritances, government benefits and future care of children with special needs
    •Estate Administration: Settle the estate following the passing of a loved one, resolve disputes (will contests), file taxes, pay remaining bills, transfer real estate and facilitate any remaining elements of the estate

    Estate Planning Lawyer with knowledge of Real Estate Law

    Robert M. Slutsky, Esq. is patient and he works tirelessly to find the best plan to meet the individual goals of clients. With a thorough knowledge of real estate law, Robert M. Slutsky Associates, is able to look at a bigger picture when considering options for planning our clients’ estates, and the same applies for our work in estate administration. In addition we can guide clients through real estate transactions with legal and title insurance services.

    Have questions about Elder Law or Medicaid Planning?

    If you have questions regarding Elder Law or Medicaid Planning and the options available to you in the state of Pennsylvania, or to schedule a free no obligation telephone consultation, call Robert M. Slutsky Associates at (610) 940-0650.
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    English
    Hours of Service
    Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm
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