In this difficult economy, with unemployment and the rise in foreclosures, it has become necessary for some people to seek assistance in managing their debt and in some cases: to start over. Bankruptcy can assist you in eliminating medical, credit card and other debt that may be making it impossible for you to continue paying your everyday costs of living. In most cases, you can keep your home, cars, retirement accounts and other personal property. Bankruptcy is a good tool to assist people in getting back on their feet financially. With proper care, you can rebuild your credit in as little as two years after your Bankruptcy Discharge.
Our attorneys have over 10 years of experience in drafting Wills, Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Living Wills. We also have extensive experience assisting clients through the Probate Court process, administering large and small estates. We also can assist in Administrating Trusts, preparing Estate Tax Returns, reviewing legal documents and explanations of estate plans set up by other Attorneys. We listen to your goals and take the time to help you understand all of your options. This allows you clients to make an informed decision about your estate planning documents. We also welcome you to call and ask questions about your estate plan.
We provide advice on assisting families in transferring assets where appropriate, options for protecting assets from liabilities, and also provide assistance in any stage of the Medicaid process. We can provide you with an explanation of Medicaid and how it would affect you and your families as well as all other options available to you. We can assist you in evaluating benefits that you may be entitled to and what choices are out there for you or your loved ones. Our attorneys have experience with nursing homes and home care agencies and the challenges that families face when a loved one needs long term care.
We will work with you through complicated and emotionally charged disputes involving wills, trusts, powers of attorney, guardianships, and property matters. We can assist you with the Probate of an estate, or a Guardianship or Conservatorship. Whether the case involves questions about a Last Will and Testament, concerns about the use of someone’s money by a Power of Attorney or Guardian, or a dispute between two people who own the same real estate, our attorneys take the time necessary to listen to your concerns. Our attorneys then explain the likely outcomes of your particular situation and work hard using proven trial techniques to seek an outcome that will suit your concerns.
Our attorneys have experience in all parts of your real estate transaction. We can assist you through real estate development, land subdivision, condominium conversions and attorney general filings. We also can provide valuable assistance to real estate investors and advise you on protecting your personal property from your investments.
We counsel our clients in the different types of business formats available and make recommendations based on your needs. We can assist you in creating a business, purchasing or selling a business, Buy-Sell Agreements and even business succession planning. We also assist businesses with contract reviews and other document preparations.