Practice Areas

estate-planning

There are countless ways to express your love for the most important people in your life. By creating an estate plan with the help of an experienced lawyer, you reassure your loved ones that they will be cared for in the event of your death or incapacitation. Read more about Estate Planning

 

asset-protection

Generally. Imagine for a moment you are standing helplessly by while the liquidators are at your house, combing through your personal belonging seizing anything of value such as jewelry, art work, and collectables, keepsakes. Read more about Asset Protection

 

estate-administrationWhen a loved one passes away, his or her estate may need to go through a court-managed process called probate or estate administration. The process of estate administration in broad terms can be boiled down to three steps: gather the assets, pay the taxes and expenses, and distribute to the beneficiaries. Read more about Estate Administration

 

probate

Navigating the probate process without the guidance of an experienced estate planning attorney is a time-consuming, costly and frustrating experience for a layman. Read more about Probate

 

long-term

Whether it is for yourself or a loved one, Medicaid and other long-term care planning will be a concerted effort among your entire family. Read more about Long-Term Care Planning

 

incapacityAlthough death is a certainty, losing decisional capacity before you die is not. However, statistics show that since medical science is so much better at keeping us alive longer, about 50% of us will become incapacitated. If that happens control over your assets, expenses, your personal care must be done. Read more about Incapacity Planning