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Posted by Vic, a Elder Law client, Flag
I was referred to Kabb Law by a friend at a time when I was at my wits end trying to find care and coverage for my mother who suffers from dementia. I cannot speak highly enough about the service that we received from Rachel and her exquisite staff. Within three weeks, they had addressed our financial planning, Medicaid application, physical and mental evaluations and nursing home location for my mother. They listened to my concerns about having my mom nearby so my brother and I could visit regularly. My mother is in a safe and lovely location near my home and I have Rachel to thank for that.
I am able to sleep again. I simply donâ€™t know what I would have done without Rachel and her team. I highly recommend them.
Posted by a Elder Law client, Flag
I would not recommend this attorney to anyone. You pay up front for a service you do not get. You will have to call several times before you get an answer or call back from the attorney. Many of the things we were originally told upon signing were not true Many things fell through the cracks, and if it were not for the other workers there, I do not know how any work would get done. The attorney is commonly at lunch or on a vacation.
Posted by Ann, a Elder Law client, Flag
Rachel Kabb-Effron was a wonderful help to my father and me during my mother's dimentia. Rachel was instrumental in getting my mother on Medicaid, so we could place her in a wonderful facility. Rachel was very patient with my father, who was not always pleasant. She was great at keeping both my father and me informed every step of the process.
Rachel also helped prepare a living will for my father, a power of attorney for my father, and she updated my parents' will.
Rachel is a kind, sensitive person, and is very knowledgeable about the ever-changing elderlaw issues.