Comprehensive estate planning covers nearly every aspect of life. It begins with protecting yourself and your personal dignity, and extends to protecting your loved ones and your hard-earned assets. From planning for the smooth transfer of a business, to providing for family members with special needs, to protecting your assets from unnecessary taxation or loss due to creditors, predators and lawsuits.
Asset protection planning involves making prudent decisions today to protect yourself, your business, and your hard-earned assets from loss due to lawsuits, creditors or bankruptcies. This type of legal planning is especially prudent for professionals and business owners, whose personal assets could be at risk due the nature of their employment.
Many families struggle to provide necessary care for aging or disabled Veterans or their surviving spouses. Unfortunately, most of these families are unaware of an important benefit available through the Department of Veterans Affairs to which their loved ones may be entitled. It is called Aid & Attendance.
Did you know that, if you are single, the odds are 50 percent that you will need long-term care? If you are age 65 and married, the odds are 75 percent that you or your spouse will need long-term care. The average nursing home stay, by the way, is 2.5 years.
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Because probate can be a lengthy, costly and public process, many people choose to avoid it. There are a number of legal strategies that will allow you to pass property to another person after death, without going through probate. Whether you are looking to avoid probate altogether or require a trusted attorney to help probate a loved one's will, request a consultation so we can help you with your needs.
A Child Safeguard Plan is a planning tool specifically designed to ensure that your children are well cared for when you no longer can. To discuss the needs of your family, please request a consultation.