The world of long-term care can be complicated and confusing. Caring for an elderly or incapacitated loved one may require petitioning for guardianship, finding appropriate care, and applying for Medicaid benefits.
Estate planning consists of having the right documents in place to ensure that you are protected if you become incapacitated and having the right documents in place to ensure that your assets pass to your preferred beneficiaries after your death.
Losing a loved one is difficult. The process of settling a loved one’s estate does not have to be. Our estate settlement team has over twenty-five years of experience in helping grieving families to navigate the legal aspects of death.
A guardianship is a legal proceeding where it is determined that an individual is no longer able to make financial and/or medical decisions. Guardianships may be a necessary step when one is unable to make sound decisions for himself or herself.
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides supplemental income benefits to certain wartime veterans and their surviving spouses who meet eligibility criteria. There are asset and income limits before qualification.
Real estate is any kind of real property you own. It includes your house, the land on which your house is located, farm ground, wooded lots, buildings and any resources on the land you own like water or minerals. Often, real estate is one of the most valuable assets we own. Our team of attorneys has over 30 years of experience helping clients make sure their real estate is properly titled.
Businesses of all kinds and sizes make our community vibrant and the economy strong. Our team is ready to help with a whole range of business services including forming your business, drafting and reviewing contracts, complying with annual reporting requirements, ownership succession planning, buying or selling a business and other issues related to owning your own business.
Counseling on area senior living facilities Connecting with community resources Supportive services for the caregiver Collaborate with other professionals including financial advisors, accountants, insurance agents, etc