Protecting Your Assets and Benefits
We are all lucky to be living in a time and place with increasing life expectancy, so planning for a long life just makes good sense. Advance planning helps address the concerns of future incapacity, helps lessen the financial burden on children and other loved ones, and allows you to decide where and how you will live. The laws that govern these issues are complex and ever-changing, which necessitates the counsel and advice of attorneys with experience. We address the full range of elder law issues, including:
- Powers of Attorney
- Wills and trusts
- Advance medical directives
- Medicaid planning
- Special needs planning
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Probate administration and litigation
- Elder financial abuse
Creating a Comprehensive Plan That Is Right for You
Whether a loved one has become incapacitated or you are planning for your own long-term care needs, careful planning is crucial. Careful planning can protect assets and can mean the difference between aging under your own terms, or having important decisions made for you by someone else. Formulating a successful plan can be complex, and it should be tailored to meet your individual needs. If you are pre-planning for the future or engaging in crisis-related planning, we are here to serve you and your family and work toward resolving all of your elder law needs.
Allow Us to Help You with All of Your Elder Law Needs
Elder law is a specialized area of the law, so it is important to find the right attorney to assist you. An attorney who listens to your goals can mean all the difference in providing peace of mind and helping to safeguard your assets and your decision-making power. Incapacity, the need for long-term care, and financial abuse are all matters that can arise suddenly and have very serious consequences. As a result, you need attorneys whose judgment you can rely on in these types of situations. For more information and assistance with your elder law needs, contact Baskin, Jackson & Lasso P.C. today.