“From the very first day I opened the doors of my firm, I have made it my priority to cultivate a family-centered environment for not only our employees but also our clients.” – Catherine N. Swiniarski, managing attorney and owner, Elder Law of Omaha
Whatever they are working on – whether it’s long-term care Medicaid planning or creating an asset preservation trust – attorney Catherine Swiniarski and her team at Elder Law of Omaha have one driving goal: provide premier service to a client base that runs age 55 and older.
“We consider ourselves to be a full-service firm,” Swiniarski explains. “This means we look at the goals and concerns of the client and find solutions that will fit not only their current needs but future needs as well. A client that comes in for estate planning may have also received a recent health diagnosis that will eventually lead to the need for long-term care. We can try to alleviate some of the stress that naturally occurs when making end-of-life decisions by providing them with a solid estate plan. At the same time, we can provide them with information on how to save their hard-earned assets while still getting the care they will need in the future.”
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Founded in 2010, Elder Law of Omaha recently opened a second office in Kearney. Swiniarski says she is excited to see what the future holds. “We are continuously looking for opportunities to expand our business in order to fulfill the growing need within our community for elder law attorneys. However, as we grow, I intend to maintain our family-oriented approach to serving our clients. We are, first and foremost, a small business that values our clients and employees.”
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