Are You Or A Loved One Getting Older or are a Disabled Individual In Florida And Looking To Preserve Assets To Avoid Being Wiped Out By Astronomical Health Care Costs And Want To Explore Your Life Planning Options?
As we age, there are many things to consider, not only for ourselves but for our family. By planning today, we can ensure things are easier on ourselves and our families into the future. Don’t let everything you’ve worked for just slip away due to a lack of proper planning. Invest the time now to learn your options by speaking with one of our Florida elder law lawyers and making choices that protect your legacy.
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Life planning encompasses many aspects of one’s life as they move into the “2nd half” of their lifetime. Much of the focus ends up being financial and health care related and includes Medicaid eligibility and planning, alzheimers / dementia, in-home care, nursing or assisted living homes, hospice and other long term care. For business owners it typically includes a plan for whether the business will be passed onto the next generation or sold. Those with significant assets can plan to avoid or minimize estate taxes while protecting their assets through the right trust(s).
Medicaid offers more comprehensive long‐term care coverage than the Medicare program, and because long‐term care costs are so high, many middle class seniors rely on Medicaid to pay for their care. A common misconception about Medicaid is that you have to impoverish yourself and your family completely before you can qualify for long‐term care coverage. This is simply not true.
As we age, there’s a lot of things to consider for not only ourselves but for our family. By planning today, we can ensure things are easier on ourselves and our families into the future. Don’t let everything you’ve worked for just slip away due to a lack of proper planning. Invest the time now, to learn your options by speaking with one of our Louisiana elder law lawyers and make the choices that protect your legacy.
Personal Services Contracts
Qualified Income Trusts
Pooled Special Needs Trust
Special Needs Trusts
Irrevocable Family Trusts
Settlement Protection Trusts
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The purpose of life planning is to prepare an individual, young, pre or post-retirement, for financial autonomy and long term care options. We know that the decision to plan for end-of-life care can be stressful and cause additional unwanted pressure on a family who is already frustrated and overwhelmed. We bring years of experience and resources to the table to help achieve your goals and the most favorable outcome for you and your loved one.
We help families in Miami, Hileah, Kendall, Miami Beach, Westchester and Dade County locally and outside of Florida when issues need to be handled for a family member’s estate within the state of Florida.
Locally, clients come to us from Coconut Grove, Pinecrest, Wynwood, Key Biscayne, Star Island, Hibiscus Island, The Venetian Islands, North Beach, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Fisher Island and Miami-Dade County.
We welcome your questions and want to understand your situation to help you move forward and achieve the peace of mind that comes with having everything done properly and efficiently. Call our law office at (305) 402-4494 with questions, a description of your situation to see if we can assist, or to schedule a consultation. Or you may simply fill out the form above on this page. Your form will be directly emailed to our office, and you can expect a reply within one business day and often within hours the same day. All information you share is confidential.