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Dirk Winkler

“We don’t simply provide exceptional legal services; we have the privilege and responsibility of representing and advising individuals and families facing difficult challenges – to be there when it counts most.” 

Dirken D. Winkler is the founder of Winkler Legal, LLC.  With over 22 years of legal experience, Dirk’s legal career has revolved around legal issues affecting individuals and families.  Dirk is passionate about making a positive difference for every client.  Whether it is creating an estate plan that provides care for a loved one with special needs, or a family struggling to arrange and pay for long-term care for an aging parent, Dirk will never stop until he finds the solution to a problem.  

Dirk is married to his wife Lora and they are raising three wonderful children.  In his spare time Dirk likes to exercise, fly fish, play golf and watch the Buckeyes.  Getting out and staying active is one way he clears his mind and focus on what is important.  Dirk believes that it is the responsibility of every employee to provide our clients exceptional legal services, coupled with compassion and understanding. 

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With knowledge and foresight, we assist our clients in being involved and informed in their own unique decision-making process. We offer a wealth of information including videos, detailed blog postings on hot topics, informational articles, and comprehensive seminars. If you still have any questions, we offer free consultations to discuss your personal needs. 

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Medicaid Home Care

Traditionally, Medicaid has paid for long-term care in a nursing home, but because most individuals would rather be cared for at home and home care is cheaper, all 50 states now have Medicaid programs that offer at least some home care. 

Can You Put a Surveillance Camera in a Nursing Home Room?

Technological advances have made it easier to stay connected with loved ones all the time. This has included the ability to install cameras in a loved one's nursing home room. These so-called “granny cams” have legal and privacy implications.