Estate planning is a crucial process that involves preparing for the management and distribution of an individual’s estate during their life and after death. This process can be complex, requiring a deep understanding of laws and regulations. At LAS Law Offices, we offer experienced and dependable estate planning attorneys to guide you through this critical journey.
Our dedicated estate planning lawyers understands that every client’s needs are unique. With years of experience under our belt, we provide personalized estate planning services that cater to each client’s specific circumstances and requirements. We focus on providing you with peace of mind, knowing your future and those of your loved ones are secure.
We offer a comprehensive range of estate planning services designed to give you peace of mind and ensure your wishes are respected.
A will or trust is a legal document that stipulates how you want your assets distributed after your death. Our estate planning attorney can help you draft a legally sound will or trust that clearly outlines your wishes. We ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes, minimizing potential disputes among beneficiaries.
A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf in case you are unable to do so yourself. Our estate planning attorney can guide you through the process of setting up a durable power of attorney that ensures your financial matters are in trusted hands should you become incapacitated.
If you have a loved one with special needs, our attorneys can help you set up a special needs trust. This type of trust allows you to provide for their future without jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits.
Planning for long-term care is an essential aspect of estate planning. With rising healthcare costs and an aging population, it’s crucial to have a plan in place. Our estate planning attorney can assist you in developing a plan that ensures you receive the care you need while preserving as much of your assets as possible.
Get legal guidance on nursing home planning, including options for long-term care, Medicaid planning, HIPPA authorization, and asset protection strategies. It’s the best way to preserve your estate while ensuring access to quality care.
Get the best legal documents drafted. Whether you need health care power of attorney or financial power of attorney, we are here to help. Secure your and your loved one’s future with our professional help.
Estate planning is more than just writing a will. It’s a complex process that requires a deep understanding of laws and regulations. An experienced estate planning attorney can provide invaluable guidance and help you avoid costly mistakes. They can also ensure your estate plan complies with state laws, minimizing the chances of disputes among beneficiaries.
Our estate planning attorney can provide expert advice on a variety of matters, from drafting wills and trusts to planning for long-term care. We work closely with our clients to understand their specific needs and tailor our services accordingly. With our assistance, you can be assured that your assets will be managed and distributed as per your wishes.
At LAS Law Offices, we are committed to providing our clients in Oakland and Macomb with professional, compassionate, and effective estate planning services. Don’t leave your future and the future of your loved ones to chance. Let our experienced Oakland and Macomb estate planning attorney guide you through the process of securing your legacy. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced estate planning attorneys.
La Grasso, Abdo & Silveri, PLLC is committed to providing quality and customized estate planning for individuals, couples, and families. We believe in the importance of advanced planning and preparation to not only ensure that your assets are distributed as you desire upon your death, but also to enable you to designate an agent in the event of your incapacity and appoint a legal guardian for your minor children.
The first part of a full estate plan includes incapacity planning. Did you know that if you are over 18 years of age and you become incapacitated (e.g., you suffer a stroke, are in a coma, develop Alzheimer’s), no one can automatically step in to make your medical or financial decisions? Not your spouse, not a parent (once you turn 18 years of age), and not an adult child of yours. The probate court will appoint someone to make your medical and financial decisions unless you appoint your own decision-makers in a Durable Power of Attorney (for financial decisions) or a Patient Advocate Designation (for medical decisions).
The second part of a full estate plan includes a distribution plan for assets upon your death. Having a comprehensive estate plan will enable you to: