There are many different aspects of estate planning, and we want to make sure to look at all of the different parts for you. Here we continue from part one and go over more myths and misconceptions for you, so you ensure your estate plan will be set and ready to go after you pass.
Tag: Estate Administration
While estate planning has no age attached to it – whether you are 21 or 65 – having an estate plan will only benefit you in the future. An estate plan will outline and see that your wishes are followed through when you’re not here to make he decisions such as your health, care for your children, and the distribution of your assets. Speaking with a professional estate planning attorney will help ease the stress and help answer questions you will have.
There are many different parts to elder law, probate court and administration are just parts of it. When it comes to the different aspects of elder law, it can be a little overwhelming with all of the information being provided for you. In this article, we’ll go over estate planning and how probate court and administration are involved in the process. If you have more questions and need assistance, please reach out to me and we can go over it together.
Since I have many clients approach me needing one service – such as estate planning, assistance with Medicaid, or helping with estate administration, they are sometimes unclear exactly what an elder law attorney can comprehensively do. Elder law, the specialty that grew in the 1980s out of Medicaid and long-term care, doesn’t focus on a particular area of law, such as a divorce attorney. Instead, elder law is based around the client and provides a wide range of services in many areas.