But as life brings sudden changes – like a new diagnosis or unexpected family dynamics – you need to prepare for the unpredictable. Protect what you’ve spent a lifetime earning with the right strategy for you and your family. Create an estate plan with Alles Law that you understand and feel confident about.
If you already have an estate plan, we’ll sit down for an audit to make sure you have the right documents in place that meet your goals and cover what’s important to you.
You worked hard to get here! Learn what legal tools best suit your estate planning needs.
- How do you give money to kids, grandkids, and charities after you’re gone?
- What can you do to protect what you’ve earned from the high costs of assisted living?
- Is there a way to avoid tax burdens associated with gifting property and retirement accounts?
We understand that every person’s retirement situation is unique – which is why we have a strategy to fit your unique needs. Learn how Alles Law can make an estate plan you understand and feel confident about.
Estate planning is a key part of asset protection as you age. Maybe you’re concerned about the rising costs of long-term care, the possibility of creditors and ex-spouses seeking access to your money, or that control of your finances would fall into the wrong hands upon your death or incapacity.
A well-designed estate plan protects you against these worries. Feel confident that everything you’ve worked hard for will be protected as you move into new stages of life.
A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, or something similar can be devastating. How is life going to change?
Don’t wait to discuss your legal options until it’s too late. Consider which legal tools, like a trust or power of attorney, can prepare you well for when a diagnosis or other health changes make life different. Take the first step and call today for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.
The switch from being “the child” to taking care of your parents happens suddenly, and often without warning. However, specialized planning can help alleviate the burden on caregivers, family, and the person dealing with the diagnosis.
You don’t have to handle these issues alone. If you have questions like:
- I’m the power of attorney for my parents. What does that mean?
- How do we pay for the care they need?
- What if they don’t have an estate plan yet?
Schedule a free consultation and meet with us to get the answers to these questions and determine which strategy will best protect your family.
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