OWM Attorneys At Law
O'Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C.
Elder Law

Elder Law Guidance Tailored To Your Needs

As you or your loved ones get older, certain legal challenges can arise that require not just knowledge but also a gentle touch and understanding. Trying to resolve these issues on your own can be a critical mistake that leaves you with considerable regrets. At O'Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C., we bring guidance and compassion to the table, ensuring that you navigate the twilight years for you or your loved one, with the protection and dignity everyone deserves. OWM Law Elder Law Attorneys care about the rights, dignity and long-term financial, mental and physical health of our senior citizens.

Guiding You Through A Complicated Process

Seniors have unique concerns and questions. Being elderly does not automatically equal being incapacitated, but when such issues do present themselves, good planning can be extremely valuable. It happens all too often that even well-meaning assistance can have disastrous results in this area of law, which is why consulting with a skilled elder law attorney is so important.

We have stood beside countless Southern Pennsylvanians, helping them to protect their rights and those of their loved ones during some of life’s most sensitive transitions.

Addressing The Full Spectrum Of Elder Law Concerns

OWM Law can help guide you or your aging loved one through a myriad of elder law issues such as:

  • Understanding insurance plans – including Medicare and Medicaid
  • The need for guardianship
  • Selecting and financing of nursing home care
  • Getting access to public benefits
  • Age discrimination
  • Abuse
  • Consumer fraud
  • Living wills and end of life treatment
  • Estate planning and tax issues

We are here to help you through these important and sometimes difficult processes and decisions.  From understanding your options to seeking a swift resolution that protects your elders, we are here for you.


CELA- Certified Elder Law Attorney

One way of telling whether an attorney is skilled in elder law is to look for a CELA. What is a CELA? It stands for Certified Elder Law Attorney.

The National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) uses CELA as the gold standard of elder law legal services. Certified Elder Law Attorneys are required to pass an examination, practice elder law for at least five years, and undergo a review by their peers and colleagues.

According to NELF, there are only about 500 CELAs in the United States. Our attorney, Rebecca A. Hobbs, CELA is among the few Certified Elder Law Attorneys in the Montgomery, Chester and Berks County areas.

Empower Your Elderly Loved Ones With Our Legal Support

We want to be the ones who help you through your elder law needs and provide your loved ones with a stable and secure future. Meet with our team today to learn how we can help you with our vast experience and knowledge in the legal matters you are facing.

Take the first step toward peace of mind for your elderly loved ones. Contact us by calling 610-323-2800 or emailing us here and let our dedicated attorneys provide the support and guidance you need.