Our Services

Care Coordination & Health Care Advocacy

Health care isn’t as simple as it used to be. Many families who need help protecting an elderly loved one’s assets also need help finding and coordinating care. They need help with decision-making as the elder’s condition progresses. Th… Read More

Estate Planning

Estate planning is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure that your final health care and property wishes are honored. It’s a way to make a smooth transition into the golden years and is an essential component of most Life Care Plan… Read More

Guardianship

A guardianship is established because of an individual’s inability to act on his or her own behalf. It is a legal arrangement under which one person, the guardian, has the legal right and duty to care for another person (the ward) and the ward’s… Read More

Life Care Planning

A Life Care Plan defines, organizes, prioritizes, and mobilizes every aspect of an elder’s care. In addition to traditional asset-focused elder law services that help elders qualify for public benefits while preserving family wealth to the grea… Read More

Mediation

There are many painstaking family problems adult children may face when their aging parent(s) need help or may no longer be able to function independently. Elder mediation is future focused and is a mechanism for elders and families to address financ… Read More

Medicaid & Crisis Care Planning

Long-term illness can quickly deplete an individual’s life savings. There are several ways to afford long-term care, which allows for the preservation of an existing estate plan. Medicaid is one of these options. While Medicare can be used to provi… Read More

Probate Proceedings

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person by resolving all claims and distributing the deceased person’s property. Without proper estate planning, a person’s estate will likely need to be probated. Read More

Special Needs Trust

Care for someone with a disability can be very costly. There are numerous tools available to assist disabled persons, including special needs trusts, advance directives, and social security benefits. The creation of a special needs trust can help eli… Read More

Estate and Trust Administration

Upon your passing, we’ll help tie up all the loose ends. That includes assisting the executor of your estate to gather your assets, pay your debts, settle disputes, and distribute whatever is left according to your estate planning wishes. With prop… Read More

Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney

When considering an estate plan, many individuals first think of drafting a will. In truth, an estate plan can include a will, several forms of trusts and different powers of attorney. These documents can typically be as general or specific as your s… Read More

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