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Elder Law

Elder Law is an area of legal practice which is defined by the clients it serves. In addition to traditional estate planning, attorneys practicing elder law focus on health care decision-making, retirement planning, and planning for the possible need for long-term...

Estate & Trust Administration

After death, individuals’ assets are normally distributed to their survivors through the probate process. This is the case whether or not the person had a will. Retaining an attorney to provide legal representation to the estate can bring calm and reassurance in what...

Special Needs Planning

Directly gifting money or other assets to support an adult with special needs may render the individual ineligible for mean-tested benefits, such as SSI or Medicaid. To financially provide for an individual with special needs, either during lifetime or by will, a plan...

Long-Term Care Planning

About 70% of individuals over age 65 will require long-term care at some point in their life. As advances in healthcare continue to increase the average lifespan, this number is likely to increase. The cost of providing this care is approaching an average of $100,000...

Estate Planning

No matter your age or family status, every adult needs an estate plan. This is even more critical for those with minor children, dependents with special needs, blended families, individual or family-owned businesses, and other unique financial or family situations. We...

Elder Abuse & Financial Exploitation

One in ten older Americans report being the victim of abuse or exploitation in the past twelve months. When abuse or financial exploitation is suspected, we can assist in investigating the facts, stopping the activity, and pursuing appropriate legal remedies to...