Elder Law | For Your Family
Elder Law | Your family is the most important thing in your life. You have loved them, cared for them and provided for them your entire life. You want to be sure that you consult an elder law attorney as soon as possible to put a plan in place to protect their future and lifestyle after you are gone from this world.
You may have a spouse, children or other family members that you want to provide for. You might consider trusts for children or grandchildren to cover college expenses or other major events. These trusts can be structured to provide funds at certain ages or in certain amounts. A trustee can be appointed to ensure that the trust is property administered for the named beneficiary. A will allows you to leave specific items of property to a certain individual. Family heirlooms and treasured possessions can be passed down through generations.
A plan for your future healthcare needs prevents your family from having to make difficult decisions while under duress. In stressful situations, family members might not make the decisions that you have instructed orally. If a living will and other healthcare directives are in place, your wishes are carried out regardless of the emotions of your loved ones.
Making sure your real estate is titled appropriately can ensure that your spouse has a place to call home after your death. This is especially important if you have children from a previous relationship that could have an interest in your real estate. Properly setting up how the home will be transferred in advance helps prevent ugly feuds between surviving beneficiaries in the future.
An elder law attorney can review your situation and put in place the tools that can guarantee your loved ones are well taken care of when you are no longer able to take care of them.
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