Being better informed leads to better decisions.
Managing your assets or getting your estate in order is not a simple process. So before you even step into our office, we want to help you become more informed by answering some common questions.
To learn more about your specific situation, schedule a free consultation.
Nursing Home FAQ
How can I pay for a nursing home while protecting my assets?
There are legal planning options to protect your assets and qualify you for Medicaid. It is a complicated sector of the law, and we are one of the few law firms in the area that practice it. For more information, give us a call to set up your consultation.
Can I keep my home if I enter into a nursing home?
Does my spouse get to keep some of my income if I enter a nursing home?
Can the nursing home sell everything I own?
Can I gift my children $14,000 a year?
What is an “irrevocable trust”?
What can I do if I know I will be entering a nursing home in a few years?
It’s hard to say what the laws could be a few years from now. There are many different ways to deal with your assets, from placing them in trusts, giving them away to children, or spending them on that dream vacation you’ve always wanted to go on. For more specific information regarding your situation, please call us and set up a consultation.
Estate Planning FAQ
Does a Will keep me out of probate?
Do I need a Trust?
Can I make changes to my Will myself?
Can I create my own Will?
What is an Advance Directive?
Why won’t my bank take my Mother’s Durable Power of Attorney?
If I file bankruptcy, can I keep my home or car?
If I file bankruptcy, does my spouse have to file too?
If I file bankruptcy, will it stop my garnishment and foreclosure?
If I file bankruptcy, does it cover my medical bills?
If I file bankruptcy, can I keep a credit card?
If I file bankruptcy, does it ruin my credit for ten years?
If I file bankruptcy, can I include money owed to the IRS?
We help people keep or regain control of their assets.
Three simple steps:
Call our office directly or fill out a request form to schedule an appointment.
Attend your free consultation*
In-person or virtually.
*Excludes Asset Protection & Family Law consultations