Seniors are retiring in droves but are one of the most neglected demographic groups from a legal perspective. It’s not uncommon for seniors to not have access to or know how to use the internet to find what they need, leaving them vulnerable to isolation and abuse. You should start the planning process before 60 years of age. The longer you wait, the more you risk your money not being protected, or you may lose your capacity to make plans due to health issues.
With consistent reviews and updates to estate planning documents, beneficiary designations, deeds, and account tilting, family members can be satisfied, and caregivers may needlessly suffer if they need help understanding the available benefits.
Our firm provides legal assistance in a number of practice areas including business and trust litigation, asset protection, immigration, guardianship and probate, elder law, Medicaid and VA pension benefits planning, real estate and STARK law.