Elder law is a specialized field of law that addresses the meaningful needs of those over the age of sixty-five. This covers estate planning, life insurance, medical costs, retirement planning, wills and trusts and other needs. Learn more about elder law and how we can help you.
Estate planning is important for those who want to protect their assets from a nursing home, avoid federal and state taxes at death, protect their finances should they become disabled, either physically or mentally and need other persons to take care of their assets. Learn more about Estate Planning
The first step of the process is where the executor submits a valid will belonging to the deceased probate. Probate is the process where the assets of the deceased person are gathered, the debts and inheritance tax are paid, and the remaining assets are distributed to his or her beneficiaries.Learn more about Estate Administration