Mitchell A. Karasov, Attorney
Mitchell A. Karasov is the founder of the Elder Law Offices of Mitchell A. Karasov. He began practicing law in 1988 as a business attorney. In 1993 his focus shifted as his ninety-year-old grandmother fell ill and required constant care. He witnessed first-hand the extensive stress inflicted on the caregiver of an elderly family member. Mr. Karasov became the individual primarily responsible for his grandmother's medical, financial and legal decisions relating to hospitalization, home health care, assisted living and skilled nursing. He learned of the need for more attorneys who truly understood elder care issues.
Following further research and education in the field of elder law, Mr. Karasov opened his practice with special emphasis in all aspects of elder law, with primary concentration in Medi-Cal Planning/Asset Preservation, Elder Abuse, Estate Planning Probate and Conservatorships.
Mr. Karasov earned his Bachelor's Degree in History from San Diego State University, followed by a Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. He is affiliated and active with the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys, California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform and the Southern California Council of Elder Law Attorneys.
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