Your Guiding Light

through the elder care journey.

Trust In Us

At Jones Elder Law, we focus on elder law and closely related practice areas, such as special needs planning. In essence, our practice is devoted to preparing seniors and the people who love them for the financial, physical and emotional changes that come with growing older, as well as providing sound legal counsel in times of family or economic crisis. This can involve helping you retire comfortably; making sure you receive adequate care should you become disabled or incapacitated; protecting your hard-earned assets for your enjoyment today and that of loved ones in the future; guiding you through the confusing Medicaid system in a crisis situation; and many other issues. Being from the Midwest ourselves we understand the values that make it so special to call St. Louis home. Steeped in our Midwestern roots you can trust us to guide you through the difficult times ahead. We have multiple offices around the St. Louis area so you can rest assured knowing were just down the street. In fact, were so close to most of our clients they consider us neighbors. At the end of the day though, what we cherish most is the relationships we’ve built with our clients, not only are we considered neighbors, we’re family. At Jones Elder Law we chose the lighthouse as our symbol for a reason. Just as a lighthouse provides hope and guides sailors through troubled waters, Jones Elder Law helps guide families through times of emotional and economic crisis helping them avoid the pitfalls that can arise around each turn.

The Jones Difference

Our plans are tailor designed to give you peace of mind throughout your entire life. Unlike most attorney plans that start and end with the appointment, our plan is designed for your entire lifetime, not just the few hours you spend in our office. We call this the Jones difference. It's what separates us from all the other attorneys you’ll meet, we build plans around your future, not the next office visit. Our plan is custom designed to protect your family and plan for the need before it arises. That way your prepared for whatever lies ahead. The Jones difference allows you to focus on life, not worrying about what the future holds.

Our Mission

At Jones Elder Law we chose the lighthouse as our symbol for a reason. Just as a lighthouse provides hope and guides sailors through troubled waters, Jones Elder Law helps guide families through times of emotional and economic crisis helping them avoid the pitfalls that can arise around each turn. Knowing the increasing need of long term care in our area we knew that we could help families burdened with the difficult decisions that come from not planning ahead. That's why we decided to dedicate our lives to helping families plan for the future, achieve goals at every stage of life, and cope during times of crisis. We are not paid in paychecks but in the relationships we’ve built with our clients as they live their lives without worrying about tomorrow. We’re just happy we could lend a hand.

Meet The Jones'

Stephen C. Jones

Founder

Stephen focuses his practice on protecting the assets that families have worked a lifetime to accumulate. After watching his grandparents battle through the Alzheimer’s disease progression, he understands first hand the type of financial devastation that lays in wait for the unprepared. For this reason, he has made it his personal mission to make sure his clients are educated and prepared to take the steps necessary to protect their life’s work.

 

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Rosalind Robertson

Managing Counsel

Rosalind takes a highly personalized approach to the practice of elder law. Like Stephen, she was drawn to the areas of Elder Law and Estate Planning through a combination of personal experience, passion and a particular aptitude for the areas of law. Rosalind’s paternal grandmother spent seven years in a nursing home. She was physically healthy as can be, but suffered from Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

I understand the pain of loving someone with Alzheimer’s Disease. I remember the heart break of walking into my grandmother’s room and her not Read-more