Senior Housing Law
Williams Parker senior housing attorneys represent the spectrum of senior living provider types, including both profit and nonprofit organizations, whether they be national, regional, or local providers. Whether single-facility deals or multifacility portfolios, our attorneys advise clients in acquisitions, construction, development, dispositions, financing, leasing, restructuring, and reorganizations. Our attorneys are experienced in the various facility state licensure and federal certification requirements. And we advise clients in the resolution of regulatory issues with state and federal government agencies, including survey noncompliance and responding to citations with plans of correction.
Williams Parker was founded in 1925 at the height of the Great Florida Land Boom, a period of dynamic growth driven in part by the attraction to seniors and retirees of Florida’s warm climate. Today, Williams Parker has deep experience in the senior housing industry, which continues to grow exponentially as the baby boomers reach retirement age. By 2030, 25 percent of Florida’s population will be seniors, increasing the need for care options. Williams Parker serves the needs of owners, operators, and board members at senior living providers, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing facilities, and continuum care retirement providers. Our team of senior living attorneys advises clients throughout Florida and around the country on all manner of industry issues, including acquisitions, sales, compliance, licensing, financing, land use, labor and employment, bed tax liability, and Medicare audits.