Some people believe that estate planning is only for “rich” people. The truth is, virtually everyone can benefit from having an estate plan of their own, and having it prepared by an attorney who focuses on this area of the law.
Our goal with respect to elder law is to help seniors and the people who love them address the many financial, medical, and legal issues that come with growing older. Principal among these is finding ways to pay for the cost of long-term care.
Veterans and their families are among our nation’s greatest heroes. Unfortunately, millions of veterans are eligible for benefits but do not receive them. The reasons for this include uncertainty about the benefits available, a confusing application, and the fact that most applications are denied out of hand even though the veteran in question is indeed eligible for benefits.
The loss of a loved one is difficult enough without the added stress of having to make important financial decisions while grieving. Although our goal is to help clients implement estate plans in advance to avoid the probate process, if your loved one didn’t have a plan, you may find that you need to administer his or her estate. We are here to help you with every aspect of probating your loved one’s estate.