Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Estate Planning & Medicaid

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Attorney Burnham has extensive experience with preparation of Last Wills & Testaments, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Living Trust creation and administration, and with the Probate of Estates. A complete estate plan will include at least a Last Will & Testament to control the passing of your assets to your loved ones, Powers of Attorney to allow for you to choose who will assist you in the event that you are injured or incapacitated, and a Living Will so that you can make the decision about your end of life care. Attorney Burnham will work with you to discuss all of your estate planning options, help you evaluate whether or not you may want a Trust, discuss what could happen with the estate plan that you choose, and then give you the tools you need to implement your estate plan. She assists her clients in achieving their goals by sharing her experience and taking the time to truly understand her client’s objectives.

Attorney Burnham also can assist you with evaluating your assets for estate tax pitfalls, and can help you structure your affairs to minimize estate taxes that your loved ones may face. She can also work with families to take advantage of estate tax planning already created in estate plans and with the preparation of estate tax returns.

How you protect and transfer your property to your loved ones is important. Attorney Burnham has advised many families, small business owners, and individuals on their different estate planning options. We want to assist you in developing an estate plan that fits your family and your circumstances. A thorough estate plan brings piece of mind and reduces conflicts, estate taxes and costs.

Attorney Burnham has also guided many people through the Medicaid process, and used her personal experiences, and those of her family, to give as much helpful guidance as she can for families to transition their grandparents and parents from their homes and into assisted living and nursing facilities.