Attorney at Law
Chad Seiter (pronounced like cider) is a partner at Darpel Elder Law.
Over the past seven years, Chad has narrowed his practice to primarily estate planning, elder law (including both Medicaid planning and crises cases), and probate administration. As an experienced elder law attorney, he has guided hundreds of families through the complex Medicaid application process. Being an elder law attorney also allows for Chad to have an acute eye for spotting estate planning issues, especially those issues concerning the senior population.
Chad is a native to Northern Kentucky, where he graduated from St. Henry District High School. He then went on to obtain a bachelor's degree in English literature from the University of Kentucky. Later, he obtained his law degree from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. While there, he had the great privilege to work as an extern for the Honorable J.R. Schrand of the Boone and Gallatin Circuit Court, the Honorable Joy A. Kramer of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, as well as the Honorable Michelle M. Keller of the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Chad is admitted to practice law throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky. He is a member of both the Kentucky Bar Association and the Northern Kentucky Bar Association.
An active member in the Northern Kentucky community, Chad is a member of the Mission Integration Committee at Notre Dame Academy as well as a member of the Senior Services Alliance.
To learn more about various topics within elder law, be sure to check out Chad's elder law blog here
Recent Blog Posts
Being a Caregiver to a Family Member with Dementia is a Skill to Be Learned Like Any Other
Rural Seniors Need a Plan and a Backup Plan for Long-Term Care
Can You Leave Money to Your Pets in Your Will or in a Trust?
Alzheimer’s Disease is Not the Only Cause of Dementia or Memory Loss
What Non-Probate Assets Do You Have?