COVID19 Update:    

The potential for spread of COVID19 virus has caused us all to reconsider travel and social interactions.  Numerous businesses, including law firms, are asking employees to work from home and having to re-evaluate how to meet with clients.  Businesses that respond quickly and implement new systems will hopefully be able to reduce the impact while still providing for their customers.   With this in mind, The Dorjath Law Center is following the government’s recommendations and cancelling all in-person client meetings for the next few weeks in an abundance of caution for all.  Nevertheless, we continue to work diligently on client issues, process required documents and complete needed work in order to be able to continue to serve our clientele.    


While we are unable to meet face-to-face for a short period of time, we are able to facilitate meetings and discussions in alternative formats, including telephone conversations, multi-person conferences for our clients and their families, and video conferencing options as well.  Our offices will remain open each day for telephone contact and we will also be available via email as well.  If you have an appointment scheduled in the next two weeks we will be contacting you to reschedule or to modify the format of that appointment.  For appointments beyond the two week quarantine period, we will continue to assess over the next two weeks and will reconfirm with all clients as your appointment date nears.  

We wish all of our clients and their families the very best during these difficult times.  This is obviously a very sensitive time for everyone, especially those in the senior population and those with underlying health concerns.   Please know that we are here to educate and assist with the implications of the need for planning, obviously most important during uncertain times like these.  Please don't hesitate to reach out to us.  We look forward to hearing from you.


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Attorney Nancie Golnick Dorjath started the Dorjath Law Center to provide legal help to seniors, military veterans and all families in a dignified, honest and friendly manner.  Our clients are like extended members of our own family, and we are dedicated to providing the answers and help that you need.


Whether your needs are; Long Term Care Planning, Nursing Home or Assisted/Supportive Living, Nursing Home Contract Review, Medicaid Crisis Planning, Medicaid Appeals, Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Wills, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney, Asset Protection Planning, Probate or Special Needs Planning, we are ready to offer compassionate guidance and legal advice.


Your life story matters to us.  We will work with you to provide guidance and support specific to YOU and your FAMILY.


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Areas of Practice:
  • Elder Law                          

  • Medicaid Planning/Appeals

  • Estate Planning

  • Special Needs Planning

  • Asset Protection

  • Probate / Estate Administration

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