Paul J. Stano practices primarily in the areas of estate planning and elder law. He typically deals with Medicaid planning, asset protection planning, long-term care crisis planning, probate and trust administration, the preparation of living trusts, wills, durable powers of attorney, asset protection trusts and insurance trusts, and applications for VA Aid & Attendance benefits and Medicaid benefits.
Paul frequently presents seminars concerning VA Aid & Attendance benefits and Medicaid benefits, the use of trusts for asset protection planning purposes and the growing importance of Elder Law and Life Care Planning as an area of legal practice.
Paul is a member of the Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York bars. In addition, he is admitted to practice before the Federal
district court in Ohio.
Paul has been in practice for over 30 years. He is a second generation advocate for older Americans. His father was an Ohio State Senator during the 1970s.
He authored The Alzheimer’s Survival Guide in 2007. He coauthored Don’t Write a Blank Check to the Nursing Home in 2011. He has written numerous consumer guides on VA and Medicaid benefits.