Elder Law FAQs
When should I start planning with an elder law attorney?
There is no right or wrong age to start planning. However, you should start planning the planning process at least by the age of 60-65 while you are in relatively great health. Starting as early as possible also gives you ample time to prepare the necessary documents, execute asset protection strategies, and plan for other issues such as long-term care and your healthcare preferences.
How can I protect my assets?
There are many ways to protect your assets while minimizing the tax liability. We can help you by restructuring your assets into trusts, or utilizing creative transfer strategies to safeguard your assets.
How will I be able to afford long-term care?
Many seniors are concerned about being able to afford the rising costs for long-term care. If you are concerned about out-of-pocket costs, there are a variety that can help you minimize your costs. We can explore Medicaid, long-term care insurance, Veteran's Benefits, along with other options that may be available to you.