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NORTHEAST WISCONSIN'S LEADING

ELDER LAW FIRM 

Helping seniors. Advocating for justice. Achieving just results.

PROTECTING YOUR FUTURE

Gage-Michaels Law Firm provides an array of legal services to help mature clients establish financial security, protect their assets, and live a happy and healthy life. 

 

Attorney Andrea Gage-Michaels is a proven leader in elder care law. She works tirelessly to help seniors navigate crisis Medicaid planning, silver divorce proceedings, elder abuse concerns, and family mediation to help all parties reach a mutually beneficial resolution. You can trust that she understands the financial and emotional impacts at stake.  

 

Our dedicated legal team uses a holistic approach to provide advice because we know major legal decisions can affect more than just the issue at hand. With Gage-Michaels Law Firm, you will discover the empathy and compassion you need and deserve in an advocate.

WHY CHOOSE GAGE-MICHAELS LAW FIRM

We use our knowledge to put the needs of seniors first. Some issues, like maintaining eligibility for Medicaid, are age-specific and require an attorney with in-depth knowledge of the process. But that’s not the only reason to seek a lawyer who has experience in working with mature people.

 

A complex legal issue like a divorce can affect a 70-year-old client much differently than a 30-year-old, so it’s important to select an attorney who is both knowledgeable in a given area of law and attuned to the needs of older people.

When you choose Gage-Michaels Law Firm, you choose a dedicated legal team that will empower and support you throughout the legal process.

OUR SERVICES

Family Law   ⟡   Mediation   ⟡   Elder Abuse   ⟡   Medicaid Crisis Planning   ⟡   Estate Planning

 MEET 
ANDREA
GAGE-MICHAELS

Attorney Andrea Gage-Michaels helps senior clients preserve their autonomy, housing, long-term financial well-being, and quality of life — with the dignity and respect they deserve. 

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1 in 4

PEOPLE 50+ CHOOSE TO FILE FOR DIVORCE

51%

OF LONG-TERM CARE SUPPORT IS FUNDED BY MEDICAID

1 in 10

AMERICANS 60+ HAVE EXPERIENCED ELDER ABUSE

Only 30%

OF AMERICANS HAVE AN END-OF-LIFE PLAN, 90% SAY THEY SHOULD