Barron Law Firm
Richard works extensively in Veteran's Benefits, Estate and Disability Planning and Medicaid Strategies for long-term care.
He has helped many families across Texas needing to obtain these services for the care of their loved ones and to preserve their assets, life savings, income and to make sure the spouse or family has the resources and guidance to do so.
The firm concentrates in advanced long term care planning, Veteran's Benefits and qualification, and Medicaid benefits and qualification.
Richard M. Barron, J. D. is a Texas Elder Law Attorney. He founded his Texas law firm in 1991. He serves clients in North Texas.
He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University where he studied business and finance at the undergraduate level receiving a BBA in 1977.
Richard received his Law Degree from the Texas Tech University Law School in 1981 and has had a successful Texas Estate & Disability Planning Elder Law practice since 1981.
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The initial phone consultation and office conference are at no charge, and after we meet, you will know upfront the cost of our services. You are never under any obligation!
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Proudly serving Grayson, Cooke, Denton, Collin, and Dallas Counties.
Richard M. Barron
Barron Law Firm
: (800) 939-9093
209 E. Main St.,
Whitesboro, TX 76273
1400 Preston Rd.
Plano, TX 75075
1308 Teasley Lane,
Denton, TX 76205
Since 1981, Richard has written and lectured about Elder Law issues. In addition to publishing a monthly e-newsletter, he has co-authored:
The Texas Nursing Home and Assisted Living Guide, The Consumer's Guide to Medicaid Planning, The Consumer's Guide to Hospice Car,e The Alzheimer's Survival Kit, The Consumer's Guide to Veteran's Benefits.
Richard lectures frequently on Elder Law issues to professional and citizen groups on the legal issues faced by individuals and families who have a loved one with a chronic, disabling illness.
The firm encourages professional development of staff through continuing legal education, including teaching and community involvement in professional associations and civic activities.
Richard is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Texas Chapter, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Richard holds a Second Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwan Do and is a Veteran of the Vietnam War.
In Vietnam, Richard served as a Warrant Officer/ Cobra Helicopter Aircraft Commander and is the recipient of twenty-eight Air Medals, the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal for Valor, the Bronze Star, a Purple Heart, and the Vietnamese Cross for Gallantry.
Mr. Barron is a Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans and a Life Member of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
He and his wife, Glenda, live in Lake Kiowa, Texas with their Bull Terrier, Brutus.
Dear Mr. Barron,
I wish to thank you and your staff for all of your help. You lifted a great burden in getting my wife's Medicaid. You did all you said and a great deal more. I would recommend you to others.
- Mickey B.
Dear Mr. Barron,
We had become aware of our needs of a competent elder attorney, after witnessing a neighbor come close to losing her place to live due to her husband's medical issues. A financial advisor recommended Mr. Barron. We found him to be understanding and concerned with our personal needs. He laid out a plan for us. We have followed the plan and are satisfied that all our concerns were addressed. We have great peace of mind, as well as our children, that help is readily available in the future. We have recommended him to several friends.
When my mother and dad were admitted to the nursing home, I started calling Medicaid and Veteran's Affairs. This alone took a lot of time, staying on hold for someone. Once I got to talk to someone the questions they ask, took a lot of research on my part, trying to find those answers, then I would have to call back, stay on hold. Once I got a live person most of my answers were not enough, causing me to have to do more research and calling back again.
You had a meeting in Denton, Texas, about ways to help people dealing with Veteran's Affairs and Medicaid. After meeting with you for help, you don't know how much help you have been. Your help and knowledge has been great.
- Billy L.
About the NCPC
The National Care Planning Council and its affiliated
members are dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping
implement that planning. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need)
long term care are at the heart of our services.