30+ yeas of helping Ohio seniors save half of their assets, get Medicaid or VA benefits.30+ yeas of helping Ohio seniors save half of their assets, get Medicaid or VA benefits.30+ yeas of helping Ohio seniors save half of their assets, get Medicaid or VA benefits.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Sustaining Member||Bar Association of Ohio||2011|
|Accredited Attorney/Veterans Benefit Institute||Department of Veterans Affairs||2008|
|Marcom Gold Winner for Best Book||Marcom||2007|
|Principal||Stano Law Firm||1981 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Catholic Lawyers Guild||N/A||2010 - Present|
|WealthCounsel||Member||2008 - Present|
|National Organization of Veterans' Advocates||N/A||2007 - Present|
|Veterans Benefit Institute||N/A||2007 - Present|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys||N/A||1995 - Present|
|Cleveland Bar Association||member||1984 - Present|
|Parma Bar Association||member||1984 - Present|
|Ohio State Bar Association||Member||1983 - Present|
|Book||Protect Your Family! What You Really Need To Know for the Second Half of Life||2015|
|Book||Don’t Go Broke in a Nursing Home!||2015|
|Book||Asset Protection for Senior Wealth Builders||2015|
|Book||Protect Your Family!:We've Cracked the Code on Long-Term Care||2012|
|Book||Protect Your Family! Don’t Write a Blank Check to the Nursing Home (second edition)||2012|
|Article||How to Communicate With Your Loved One Suffering From Alzheimer's||2010|
|eCourse||What if You Don't Die||2010|
|Guide||Stretch Your Dollars When Paying for Nursing Home Care||2009|
|Guide||Nuts and Bolts Guide to VA Benefits||2009|
|Book||Alzheimer's Survival Guide: 7 Steps to Peace of Mind||2007|
|Cleveland State University - Cleveland-Marshall College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|Bowling Green State University||Political Science||B.A||1978|
|Stano Senior Resource Center Seminar Series||How to Protect Your Assets Under VA Benefit Programs and the New Medicaid Changes...and What to Do Now||2011|
|Social Workers CE Class||Government Benefits for Senior Americans||2010|
|Social Workers CE Class||Stumbling Blocks Facing Social Workers and Administrators||2010|
|Parma Bar Association CLE Luncheon||10 Stumbling Blocks to Avoid in Elder Law||2010|
|Parma Bar Association||How the OBAMA Health Care Plan will affect the seniors||2010|
|Medina County Senior Luncheon||Medicaid and Veterans Benefits||2010|
Posted by Ivana
My parents who lived out of state were dealing with a big dilemma around their estate and elder care planning. They had worked for decades, saved as much as they could so that they would not be a burden on their children and so that they would be prepared for any challenges that came up (such as needing nursing home care).
I felt completely unprepared for this and had no idea how I could help my parents deal with this. Another concern I had was getting the information and education I needed knowing that I would NOT be able to hire a local attorney- since my parents are in another state.
I was so impressed! I got an appointment the week I called and Paul took nearly an hour to ask me questions so that he would have a good understanding of what my parents' goals might be.
I learned so much more than I can even share in this short space. I can only tell you that he was extremely caring and generous with his time and information. Not only that, but he referred me to a colleague in the state where my parents lived!
I feel like I have a real advocate in Paul and his team at the Stano Law firm and I would highly recommend them to anyone who is seeking answers and results in this very confusing and overwhelming space.
Two things he told me that I will never forget and that I will pass on to you --
1. When you're out of money, then you're out of options -- so you never want to be of either.
2. There is a law for the informed and a law for the uninformed -- you definitely want to be INFORMED.
Paul and his team will help you achieve your elder and life care goals. He did for me and my family.
When it's my turn (and that won't be long) I'll be coming to Stano Law.
John Peck, Elder law Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse this lawyer. Paul is a true professional and is among the top estate planning and elder law attorneys in the stat of Ohio. He is am an among men and one of the first sources I would go to for advice on matters in his fields.
Michelle Beneski, Elder law Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. I have known Paul for almost 10 years. He is an excellent elder law attorney who has helped many families in the community. If you need help protecting your families assets and creating a legacy Paul is the Attorney in Cleveland area that I would go too.