733 Bishop Street, Suite 2302
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

(808) 393-6387

The Elder Law Practice of

RULON & ADAMSHICK LLC

                                          A Life Care Planning Law Firm 

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With a Life Care Plan, you have a team that is with you
every step of the long-term care journey.​

  • If I have to enter a nursing home, will I be unable to leave any inheritance to my children?
  • Should I give some of my assets away now in order to qualify for Medicaid when I may need it?
  • How can I provide for a family member with special care needs?​
  • Do I qualify for a VA pension since my late husband was a vet?
  • Do I have to spend all my money on a nursing home?
  • Will my wishes regarding health care decisions be honored if I can no longer make them myself?
  • What long-term care services are available, and how do I determine what to choose?​
  • How do I make sure my spouse is cared for if I become disabled or seriously ill?

Get Answers to Your Questions


A Life Care Plan will help answer many questions, such as:

  • ​Are you or your family members struggling to meet the needs of an older loved one during a chronic illness or disability?
  • Is the older loved one hospitalized and the family has been told that returning home is not an option?
  • Are family members confused about care options, what to do next or where to get help?
  • Was the older loved one recently diagnosed with cancer, Alzheimer's disease or suffered a catastrophic event such as a stroke?
  • Is the older loved one ill or disabled with children or other family members who live far away on a neighbor island or the Mainland?
  • Are older loved ones expressing worries about paying for long-term care in the future?


If you see one of these signs of distress,

your family may benefit from a life care plan.

Is It Time for Life Care Planning?

IS IT TIME?