Nursing Home Planning
Wills & Trusts
Estate planning is necessary to properly honor your wishes after death. Wills and Trusts serve different purposes, but often the words are interchanged.
Powers of Attorney
Anyone can become incapacitated at any time. Consulting with a lawyer about the different types of powers of attorney and advanced planning will help protect you in that situation.
An irrevocable trust can help protect your assets for the future. However, there can be pitfalls when placing assets into a trust which is not revocable.
Special Needs Trusts
What is the purpose of a Supplemental Needs Trust? To balance the eligibility of a person receiving benefits from government programs while keeping other family resources protected.
Nursing Home Planning
There is a lot to plan and prepare for when considering your future long-term care needs, including being prepared for potentially entering a nursing home. It’s a complicated process. We can help.
Medicaid Asset Protection
If you’re considering Medicaid to assist with paying for the nursing home but are worried about having too many assets, we can assist you before and during your Medicaid application process.
A lawyer accredited through the Department of Veterans Affairs can discuss with you how pension programs developed for seniors may assist with your long-term care needs.
It is essential to determine whether probate is required when dealing with the property of a deceased family member and must occur within one year of a person’s death.
Protect your business by setting up your ownership documents, preparing contracts that safeguard your interests, or planning for the sale or transition of your business.
Real estate matters often require help from a lawyer. Documents may need to be prepared for selling or leasing properties and to fix ownership issues or usage rights.
Our Mission is to inspire, educate and motivate our clients to control their future by empowering them to make the best decisions for their businesses and their families resulting in peace of mind.
When a business owner decides to file their Limited Liability Company (LLC) on their own, creating a thorough Operating Agreement is the step that is most often overlooked. Often, many commonly omitted details can be avoided when you go through the process of forming your LLC with a professional.
While we cannot control the next catastrophe, what we can do is prepare to be in a better position to care for our families, finances, and medical decisions in emergency situations.
When you receive a gift from someone’s estate, you can refuse to accept the gift for any reason. This is called “disclaiming” the gift. When you disclaim a gift, you have no right to decide who gets it. Instead, the inheritance will pass on to the next beneficiary listed. Once the decision is made and legally filed, it is not revocable.