Age, Disease, and Disability can rob a loved one from being able to take care of his or her obligations. At this point, Guardianship may be required.
Special Needs Planning
Navigating the complex governing benefits eligibility, the growing list of special agencies, insurance companies and all the paperwork necessary to document the disability of your loved one,
Veteran Benefits Planning
Veterans and their families often believe that there are no benefits available for long-term care unless they were either wounded in combat or unless they suffered a service-connected disability. This is simply not true.
Crisis Medicaid Planning
If you have a beloved family member who is about to go in to a long-term care facility, or perhaps is already in a facility, then you need a plan ASAP.
Long-Term Care Planning
In order to protect your assets from the costs of long-term care, it is best that you engage in proactive planning while you are still healthy. There are number of strategies
Estate & Trust Administration
Estate administration can be a complicated, sometimes confusing process. This process is often made more difficult by the fact that many family members are still grieving from their loss.
Who is going to make financial and health care decisions for you if you become disabled and can no longer manage your affairs? These are just a couple issues that we solve through Estate Planning.