Planning goals are different for every family and each individual person, so it is important to work with an attorney educated on estate planning options. Estate planning consultations are free, however, there is a fee charged for Elder Law, Probate and Trust Administration consultations.SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION
A Will is a set of instructions for the Probate Court to follow after a person has passed away and names a Guardian to care for minor children.
A Trust is a private document with rules for the management of property and finances during incapacity and transfer of assets upon death.
Elder Law focuses on the needs of individuals who are aging, Medicaid planning and legal documents required during this phase of life.
Planning for individuals with disabilities and special needs includes discussions regarding anticipated legal, financial and care essentials for the future.
Planning for the future is something many people delay doing because thinking about what may happen in the event of an unexpected accident, illness or death can be overwhelming. I ensure clients understand legal concepts and documents, listen to their needs and advise them of their options while we walk through the process of preparing for the future together.CONTACT US TODAY
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