About Elder Advisers

At Elder Advisers, we work tirelessly to help families financially plan for their loved one’s transition to an assisted living facility or nursing home.

Did you know that every day, someone’s spouse, parent, sibling, grandparent, friend, or neighbor is unnecessarily spending their hard-earned life savings on a nursing home stay or forced to spend down their assets to qualify for Medicaid?

In the U.S., the average nursing home stay is $9,000 a month – a costly expense that can easily wipe out an entire life savings in just months. Families are often told they do not qualify for benefits because they are “over-resourced.” What our clients realize is that is simply not true. With Elder Adviser’s help, you can protect your assets and life savings.

You have options. Let Elder Advisers help! We want to ensure you too “Don’t Go Broke in a Nursing Home.” Call us today at (800) 763-7930, or visit our “Contact Us”page, for more information.


About Larry Weiss

For over twenty-five years, Larry Weiss has been helping families in Southern Indiana and Kentucky financially plan for the future. Through personal, one-on-one meetings, Larry and the dedicated Elder Advisers team offer clients peace of mind.

Since 1996, Larry has been a member of the Louisville chapter of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), the same year he formed Larry G. Weiss, Inc. In addition to the BBB, Larry is a member of One Southern Indiana, the Chamber of Commerce for Southern Indiana, and is a certified estate planner with the National Institute of Certified Estate Planners.

Larry and his family are lifelong residents of New Albany and members of St. Paul’s Church. An active member of the community, Larry enjoys giving back to the place he is proud to call “home.” Elder Advisers has been a long-time supporter and sponsor of various charities and non-profits including LifeSpan Resources, the YMCA Active Older Adult Program, Vulnerable Adult Care Advocates, Retired Seniors Volunteer Program, Harvest Homecoming, Girl Scouts, Floyd County Animal Rescue League, Greenville Elementary, Animal Protection Association, and many more. In years past, Larry has served on the New Albany Redevelopment Authority Planning Commission’s Board of Zoning Appeals and with Boy Scout Troop 15.

We’re a Part of the Community

Larry Weiss and Denise Manecke had a great time and learned new strategies to help Kentuckiana families at the Krause Financial Services Medicaid Planning Academy in Memphis, Tennessee. Larry was honored to take part as a presenter on the second day of the seminar.

Denise Manecke joins just a few of the Elder Advisers’ friends and family while shooting their newest commercial.

Larry Weiss and Denise Manecke visited Krause Financial in De Pere, Wisconsin. Dale Krause and his staff are a valued resource, as well as experts in Medicaid and VA benefit planning.

Elder Advisers’ Larry Weiss was on hand to present Seymour Crossing Social Services Director Janice Johnson with the 2015 Member of the Community Award. Janice is a long time employee who is dedicated to and passionate about the residents and families she serves.

Employees of the New Albany-Floyd County Animal Control and Shelter and their families were treated to a trip to Holiday World, courtesy of Elder Advisers, on Monday, July 13. This was the third year that Larry Weiss, Elder Advisers president and long-time animal shelter supporter/volunteer, treated the staff to the outing in appreciation of their hard work throughout the year.

Larry G Weiss, President of Elder Advisers congratulated Cindy Venable, director of Louisville Metro Office for Aging and Disabled Citizens, for being recognized as the 2014 recipient of the Champion of the Aging Award. The event was sponsored by ElderServe.

Larry G Weiss, President of Elder Advisers is pictured with Bill Hanson, publisher of the News and Tribune, right, at the inaugural Power of Pink Gala, which was held on Oct. 25, 2013. Elder Advisers was the event’s Platinum Host, and more than $20,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society and breast cancer research.

Larry Weiss, President of Elder Advisers, with Congressman Young at a One Southern Indiana luncheon event.