Most middle school students know the “I before E except after C” spelling rule. Of course, a lot of people know a lot of rules that should not be applied to every situation. You may have heard the “rule” that parents should add a child to the parents’ property to...
Medicaid Crisis Planning - what is it and what are the rules? read more
What does Medicaid Planning mean? Who is it for and what does it involve? read more
It may be cheap or easy to obtain a Power of Attorney document from an online service or an attorney who doesn't specialize in estate or elder law, but that document may not get you very far in the long run. read more
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, nearly one in every five Medicare dollars is spent on persons with Alzheimer’s or some form of dementia. read more
Caring for a loved one with dementia may start small, but can grow to be a large responsibility as the disease progresses. What are the costs to the family of someone with dementia? read more
The cost of care for someone with a dementia diagnosis can be daunting. What factors are involved and what can you expect? read more
Dementia is a debilitating condition that many Americans eventually face as they age. So, what is dementia and what are the costs to the individual, the family, and the nation as a whole? read more
There are a LOT of different kinds of trusts; how do you decide which is right for you? read more
Long-term care costs continue to rise. Planning ahead has never been more important. read more
This post is designed to warn you about various pitfalls associated with Asset Protection Trusts and how to avoid them. read more
We work with individuals and families to help protect their life savings from the high costs of nursing home and long term care expenses. We also help to protect assets from risks such as divorce, remarriage of a spouse after the death of the first spouse, lawsuits, and many others.
So, when choosing an asset preservation attorney in Grand Rapids or abroad, what do you ask them? read more