Our law practice has included various aspects of elder law.
- Guardianships for incapacitated persons.
- Planning to be eligible to receive Medicaid by reducing assets that are counted against the Medicaid asset limit.
- Planning to be eligible to receive Medicaid by reducing income that is counted against the Medicaid income limit.
- Special Needs Trusts:
- Medicaid eligible income trusts.
- Third party trusts.
- Durable power of attorney.
- Advance Directives, such as:
- Designation of Health Care Surrogate.
- Living Will
- Designation of Preneed Guardian.
- Anatomical gifts.
- Wills and trusts to dispose of property at death in a way that it will not be subject to seizure as reimbursement for Medicaid payments made.
- Life estate deeds and enhanced life estate deeds (i.e., Ladybird deeds).
- Personal service contracts between care giver and person needing